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    Title: Characterization of Phthalic Anhydride and Their Derivatives by Electron Capture Detection/Collisional Activated Dissociation in Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer with an External Ionization Source
    Authors: 吳慧芬;吳朝欽
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學學系
    Keywords: 離子阱質譜儀;電子捕獲偵測器;碰撞誘導分解;酸酐;電子親和性;Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer;Electron Capture Detection;Collisionally Activated Dissociation;Phthalic Anhydride;Electron Affinity
    Date: 1999-05
    Issue Date: 2014-02-09 07:37:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Electron Capture Detection Mass Spectrometry is a sensitive and selective technique for the analysis of compounds containing electrophilic functional groups. It has been used extensively for the analysis of many classes of compounds in the traditional mass spectrometers but none was reported from the ion trap mass spectrometer since the traditional ion trap MS can not perform negative ion analysis. However, in this study we have examined a series of phthalic anhydride and their derivatives by electron capture detection in the ion trap tandem mass spectrometer with an external source ( the Finnigan GCQ/sup plus/). GCQ is the first commercial benchtop ion trap mass spectrometer with the capability to perform negative ion analysis. In this study, a series of halogenated Phthalic anhydride and their derivatives will be examined. Since these halogenated compounds possess higher electron affinities, negative ions can be formed through a resonance electron capture process. Besides, by using the tandem in time ion trap mass spectrometry one can select a specific m/z of ion to perform MS/MS. Then the selected precursor ion can further dissociate by the collisional activation technique. From the fragments, the structure of ions can be determined. These novel experiments can provide valuable results for negative ions which could not be detected by an traditional internal ionization ion trap mass spectrometer in the past.
    Relation: 第七屆分析化學技術交流研討會暨一九九九台北國際分析化學研討會會後會:研討會會程與論文摘要=7th Annual Conference for Technical Communication on Analytical Chemistry and 1999 International Chemical Conference, Taipei: Analytical Chemistry--Post Conference: Final Program & Abstract Book
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