Rept. no. 6 (Final) 9 Dec 1965-31 Jul 1967
KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Mass spectrometric studies of trimethyl phosphorothionate, triphenyl phosphite, diallyl phosphite, diallyl allylphosphonate, triallyl phosphite, triallyl phosphate, and diphenyl phosphite were made to obtain more fundamental information for use in determining the ionization and dissociative ionization processes that occur upon electron impact with these organophosphorus compounds. Mass spectra, appearance potentials, clastograms, and metastable transitions obtained in these studies are reported. These results are discussed in relation to a better understanding of the fragmentation pathways in this class of compounds. A summary table of all results determined under this contract is included, and a brief catalog, with literature references, of the mass spectra of organophosphorus compounds summarizes much of the available literature. Future correlative activities are suggested.
- Chemical, Biological and Radiological Warfare
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy