Hello, I'm now studying mass spectrometry. But there's something I don't get. Imagine you have a compound with just one boron atom. This boron atom can me 10B or 11B. So, when you do mass spectrometry, you get two signals of different intensities depending on the natural abundance of each isotope. yes? Well.. I don't get why if there's only one B there has two be two signals. I mean, either it is 10B or 11B. It's not like 20% of the boron is made of one isotope and 80% of the other right? thanks!!