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    Title: Isomer differentiation by combining gas chromatography, selective self-ion/molecule reactions and tandem mass spectrometry in an ion trap mass spectrometer
    Authors: 吳慧芬;Wu, Hui-fen;Chuan, Yu-jie
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學學系
    Date: 2003-05-30
    Issue Date: 2009-12-01
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
    Abstract: This study presents a novel, simple and rapid procedure for isomer differentiation by combining gas chromatography (GC), a selective self-ion/molecule reaction (SSIMR) and tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) in an ion trap mass spectrometer (ITMS). SSIMR product ions were produced from four isomers. For aniline, SSIMR induces the formation of the molecular ion, [M+H](+), [M+CH](+), adduct ions of fragments ([M+F](+), where F represents fragment ions) and [2M-H](+). 2 and 3-Picoline produce [M+H](+), [2M-H](+) and [M+F](+), while 5-hexynenitrile produces [M+H](+), [M+F](+) and [2M+H](+) ions. The proposed method provides a relatively easy, rapid and efficient means of isomer differentiation via a SSIMR in the ITMS. Typically, isomer differentiation can be achieved within several minutes. The superiority of the SSIMR technique for isomer differentiation over electronic ionization (EI) is also demonstrated.
    Relation: Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 17(10), pp.1030-1036
    DOI: 10.1002/rcm.1016
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