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Products and Processes of Ionization in Methyl Chloride as Determined by a Mass Spectrometer

Bauer, S. H. and Hogness, T. R. (1935) Products and Processes of Ionization in Methyl Chloride as Determined by a Mass Spectrometer. Journal of Chemical Physics, 3 (11). pp. 687-692. ISSN 0021-9606. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BAUjcp35b

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Abstract

The following ions were found to be produced in methyl chloride as primary products: CH3Cl+, CH3+, CCl+, CH2+, Cl+, HCl+, CH+ and C+ —- listed in order of decreasing intensity. Small concentrations of the H+ ion were also detected. This latter peak was not investigated completely. The appearance potentials for the CH3Cl+, CH3+ and Cl+ ions are 11.0, 14.7 and 26 volts, respectively.


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Additional Information:© 1935 American Institute of Physics. Received August 30, 1935. The authors wish to thank Professor Mulliken for a number of helpful discussions pertaining to questions presented in section IV.
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