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Reaction gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. Part IX: Post-column hydrodesulfurization in capillary GC/MS as an aid in structure elucidation of cyclic sulfides within mixtures

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Author(s)

Anzor I. Mikaia, Elena Trusova, Vladimir G. Zaikin, Leonid Zegelman, Alex Urin, Naum Volinsky

Abstract

A GC-MS method is developed for structure determination of cyclic sulfides within mixtures. It involves online application of a gas-phase hydrodesulfurization reaction after GC separation and before MS analysis. Combined analysis of EI spectra registered for the original sulfides and desulfurization products leads to reliable structure determination for each effluent.
Citation
Hrc-Journal of High Resolution Chromatography
Volume
7
Issue
11

Keywords

"GC-MS", "Cyclic sulfides", "catalytic hydrodesulfurization", "online analysis", "Fragmentation mechanisms"

Citation

Mikaia, A. , Trusova, E. , Zaikin, V. , Zegelman, L. , Urin, A. and Volinsky, N. (1984), Reaction gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. Part IX: Post-column hydrodesulfurization in capillary GC/MS as an aid in structure elucidation of cyclic sulfides within mixtures, Hrc-Journal of High Resolution Chromatography, [online], https://doi.org/10.1002/jhrc.1240071105 (Accessed May 23, 2024)

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Created November 1, 1984, Updated January 27, 2020