Methyl alcohol associated-ion formation and decomposition in field ionization View Full Text


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DATE

1989-11

AUTHORS

V. V. Lobanov, V. G. Golovatyi, É. N. Korol'

ABSTRACT

A study has been made on the formation of methyl-alcohol associated ions by field desorption and by quantum-chemical methods (SCF MO LCAO in the CNDO/2 valency approximation). Field desorption can be used to determine molecular interaction characteristics because the electric field has the role merely of ionizing the products.

PAGES

602-606

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00534438

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