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Fragmentation of Tetravinylsilane by Electron Impact

STRUŽÍNSKÝ, O. SAHÁNKOVÁ, H. KRČMA, F. CAYAO, D.

Original Title

Fragmentation of Tetravinylsilane by Electron Impact

English Title

Fragmentation of Tetravinylsilane by Electron Impact

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Fragmentation of tetravinylsilane and dimethylphenylsilane by electron impact was investigated by mass spectroscopy. Mass spectra was measured at 70eV and compared with NIST database. Some of the most abundant peaks were discussed and reaction mechanisms of ion decomposition were predicted. Furthermore, there are presented tables which are containing treshold energies of most abundant ions. Was discussed influence of molecule structure on ionisation properties. Measured were positive ions only.

English abstract

Fragmentation of tetravinylsilane and dimethylphenylsilane by electron impact was investigated by mass spectroscopy. Mass spectra was measured at 70eV and compared with NIST database. Some of the most abundant peaks were discussed and reaction mechanisms of ion decomposition were predicted. Furthermore, there are presented tables which are containing treshold energies of most abundant ions. Was discussed influence of molecule structure on ionisation properties. Measured were positive ions only.

Keywords

tetravinylsilane, fragmentation, electron impact, cross section

Released

12.07.2009

Publisher

UPAC

Location

Bochum

Pages from

317

Pages to

317

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT60797,
  author="Ondřej {Stružínský} and Hana {Sahánková} and František {Krčma} and Diaz J. L. {Cayao}",
  title="Fragmentation of Tetravinylsilane by Electron Impact",
  annote="Fragmentation of tetravinylsilane and dimethylphenylsilane by electron impact was investigated by mass spectroscopy. Mass spectra was measured at 70eV and compared with NIST database. Some of the most abundant peaks were discussed and reaction mechanisms of ion decomposition were predicted. Furthermore, there are presented tables which are containing treshold energies of most abundant ions. Was discussed influence of molecule structure on ionisation properties. Measured were positive ions only.",
  address="UPAC",
  booktitle="ISPC XIX - Book of abstracts",
  chapter="60797",
  institution="UPAC",
  year="2009",
  month="july",
  pages="317--317",
  publisher="UPAC",
  type="abstract"
}