This volume presents a cross section of the field of organic and organometallic mass spectrometry in two parts: the first part is devoted to the fundamentals of the mass spectrometry of organic and organometallic compounds and the second part to applications of mass spectrometry to organic and organometallic compounds, either available as pure compounds or present in very complex samples or mixtures. Readers will obtain not only detailed information about the selected topics with appropriate references to the original literature, but also an impression of the present scientific status of the field and its possible future directions. * Cross section of the field of Organic and Organometallic MS * Covers fundamental Ion Chemistry as well as applications from simple to complicated systems * Suitable for new graduate students entering the fieldReactant ion monitoring (RIM) has been used to obtain the relative reactivities of various bases including benzene, xylenes, and ... 1 General Background and Scope When an alkyne reacts with X2, an electrophilic addition reaction can occur. ... ions is due, in large part, to the fact that electrophilic addition reactions of halogens with alkenes in solution are simple to perform and are often quite useful.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of Mass Spectrometry: Fundamentals of and applications to organic (and organometallic) compounds|
|Author||:||Michael L. Gross, R. M. Caprioli|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Science - 2003|