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Title (Primary) Ion mobility measurements of mono-halogenated benzenes using different ionization processes
Author Borsdorf, H.; Schelhorn, H.; Rudolph, M.; Flachowsky, J.; Stach, J.;
Journal International Journal for Ion Mobility Spectrometry
Year 1999
Department ANA; MET;
Volume 2
Language englisch;
Abstract Positive ion mobility spectra of chlorobenzene, bromobenzene and iodobenzene were measured using different ionization processes. Corona discharge ionization and photoionization permit a more sensitive detection of these compounds in comparison with 63Ni ionization. For chlorobenzene and bromobenzene, a similar drift behavior of formed product ions can be observed. Corona discharge ionization and photoionization provide one product ion peak. However, the reduced mobility values (K0 values) vary depending on the used ionization method. For 63Ni ionization, two product ion peaks are detected for these compounds. The reduced mobility values of these two peaks correspond to K0 values of the peaks observed by corona discharge ionization and photoionization. For iodobenzene, two peaks can be obtained for all ionization processes. However, the most intensive peak is detected at the same reduced mobility values for all ionization processes.
ID 7848
Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=7848
Borsdorf, H., Schelhorn, H., Rudolph, M., Flachowsky, J., Stach, J. (1999):
Ion mobility measurements of mono-halogenated benzenes using different ionization processes
International Journal for Ion Mobility Spectrometry 2 , 40 - 44