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Mass Spectrometry Lecture

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Chemistry
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CHEM 205
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Mass Spectrometry (doesn’t require light!) • Mass spectrometer has 3 parts: o Ion source (ionizes a gas sample and sends the beams out) o A magnetic or electric field to alter the movement of ionized particles o A detector to detect the ionized particles • What kind of information does mass spectrometry tell us? o Mass of “fragments” and isotopes of the compound of interest o Most importantly show characteristic peaks for halogens (Cl, Br) containing compounds • Shown by mass spectrometry is: M/Z where M is mass and Z is charge o We will typically only look at +1 charged fragments, thus M/z=M • 2 methods of ionization o Photoionization: M + hf=M+, e-, fragments via PI o Elecron impact ionization: M +e-M+, 2e-fragments via EI • 2 methods of mass separation o Magnetic field: F=evB o Electric Field: F=eE o For both, the acceleration of the particle will be F=MA o **E=electric field=Voltage/distance • In an electric field (more common): the lighter particles accelerate more, hits detector
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