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Rearrangement ions representing loss of CO and CHO are evident. ALDEHYDES (i) Aliphatic™ The most facile ionization process for carbonyl compounds corresponds to the removal of one of the lone pair electrons. u. (CO) also occur from the molecular ion. When the chain is long enough the base peak ion usually derives from McLafTerty rear­ rangement with the charge remaining on the oxygen, giving a peak in the series mje A4, 58, 72, etc. (see Table 3); the ion arising when the charge remains on the olefin is also promi­ nent.

Simple scission of a carbon-oxygen bond does occur; the aryloxy ion is usually not signi­ ficant, but the aryl ion and its fragmentation products are found. Rearrangement ions representing loss of CO and CHO are evident. ALDEHYDES (i) Aliphatic™ The most facile ionization process for carbonyl compounds corresponds to the removal of one of the lone pair electrons. u. (CO) also occur from the molecular ion. When the chain is long enough the base peak ion usually derives from McLafTerty rear­ rangement with the charge remaining on the oxygen, giving a peak in the series mje A4, 58, 72, etc.

Iii) Determine the molecular formula. Accurate mass measurement with a high resolution instrument renders this a simple matter; if a low resolution spectrum only is available, and the M, (M+ 1), and (M-J-2) relative heights can be ascertained with some accuracy, determine the molecular formula from these. The molecular formula must obey the nitrogen rule. Consider first the most likely possibilities. When accurate mass measurement is possible, determine also the formulae of fragment ions, and note particularly whether any prominent ions are inhomogeneous.

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