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A thermochemical study of dissociative ionization of 4,4,-dimethyl-1-thia-4-silacyclohexane and 2,3,3-trimethyl-1-thiacyclopentane. decomposition pathways produce a dimethylsilanethione ion-radical [Me2Si=S]+

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Natalya Tarasenko, Vera Volkova, Vladimir G. Zaikin, Alexander Tishenkov, Vitaly Avakyan, leonid Guselnikov, Mikhael Voronkov, SV Kirpichenko, EN Suslova, Anzor I. Mikaia

Abstract

Electron impact and photoionization mass spectrometry methods are employed for the study of dissociative ionization of 4,4-dimethyl-l-thia-4-silacyclohexane and 2,3,3- trimethyl-l-thia-3- silacyclopentane. The ionization energies and appearance energies of major decomposition products are determined.
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Journal of Organometallic Chemistry

Keywords

Mass spectrometry, Electron ionization, Photoionization, Ionization energy

Citation

Tarasenko, N. , Volkova, V. , Zaikin, V. , Tishenkov, A. , Avakyan, V. , Guselnikov, L. , Voronkov, M. , Kirpichenko, S. , Suslova, E. and Mikaia, A. (1985), A thermochemical study of dissociative ionization of 4,4,-dimethyl-1-thia-4-silacyclohexane and 2,3,3-trimethyl-1-thiacyclopentane. decomposition pathways produce a dimethylsilanethione ion-radical [Me2Si=S]+, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry (Accessed May 30, 2024)

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Created June 10, 1985, Updated October 12, 2021