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Mass spectrometry: does anyone know what could be this compound?

by pippobaudo
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pippobaudo
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Apr9-14, 07:27 AM
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Dear all,
I got some results from mass spectrometry analysis of liquid samples (I am not really familiar with mass spectrometry). And I was wondering what could it be a compound with molecular mass of 167.06 and suggested formulas from the software: C2H11N4O3Si or C3H11N4O2S, the second gives a i-Fit (norm) of 0.0 so maybe is the most probable.

Does anyone know what kind of compound it is? could it be derived from tricyclic aldehydes ?

Then I have another compound with molecular weight of 195.06 and most probable formula C5H15O5Ca. Could this be derived for instance from naphtalene compounds ?

Thank you soo much,
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Physics_UG
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Apr9-14, 02:37 PM
PF Gold
P: 280
Pictures of the mass spectra would help.
pippobaudo
#3
Apr10-14, 12:31 AM
P: 9
Thanks for your reply,

you are perfectly right, in the attached files you can find the spectrum and a small report on the most abundant components.

Hope this will help.

Best wishes.
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File Type: pdf Mass spectra.pdf (177.1 KB, 9 views)


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