There are two possible approaches how we are able to derive the frequencies of this great tree. The .pdf contains two listed tables of the tree's compounds. When you scroll down you will notice many formulas which can be easily converted in Molecular Weights. Hint: there are many tools online to make it happen, you don't have to be a chemist at all. Use Google or any other Search Engine, take advantage of it. One approach gives us twenty-one frequencies which are corresponding with the examined test subject in this research papers. The second option would be the achievement of a sum formula, derived from the 21 formulas which would therefore result in a sum MW to get Morgina's uniform frequency, if you will. I have a rough idea of how to workaround this but i expect your input to complete this quest. Both options lead to the same goal and both options may be preferred for individual needs.
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