Substituted benzeneseleninic acids of the type XC6H4SeO2H (X = m-Cl, p-Cl, m-Br, p-Br, p-Me, m-NO2, p-NO2) have been investigated by mass spectrometry. The fragmentation modes and the fragment ions are discussed and compared with those obtained from the mass spectrum of m-nitro-phenyl selenocyanate, O2NC6H4SeCN. Generally, as regards the acids, besides very weak peaks due to the molecular ions, a number of peaks at higher mass numbers and of greater intensity is observed; these peaks are in multiplets typical of the presence of two selenium atoms, and they correspond to the disubstituted diphenyl diselenides of the type XC6H4SeSeC6H4X. m-Nitrophenyl selenocyanate shows an intense molecular ion peak and the relative fragmentation, while the peak due to the diselenide is of very low intensity.

mass spectral investigations on selenium compounds. * / Benedetti, A.; Preti, C.; Tassi, Lorenzo; Tosi, G.. - In: AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0004-9425. - STAMPA. - 35(1982), pp. 1365-1372.

mass spectral investigations on selenium compounds. *

TASSI, Lorenzo;
1982

Abstract

Substituted benzeneseleninic acids of the type XC6H4SeO2H (X = m-Cl, p-Cl, m-Br, p-Br, p-Me, m-NO2, p-NO2) have been investigated by mass spectrometry. The fragmentation modes and the fragment ions are discussed and compared with those obtained from the mass spectrum of m-nitro-phenyl selenocyanate, O2NC6H4SeCN. Generally, as regards the acids, besides very weak peaks due to the molecular ions, a number of peaks at higher mass numbers and of greater intensity is observed; these peaks are in multiplets typical of the presence of two selenium atoms, and they correspond to the disubstituted diphenyl diselenides of the type XC6H4SeSeC6H4X. m-Nitrophenyl selenocyanate shows an intense molecular ion peak and the relative fragmentation, while the peak due to the diselenide is of very low intensity.
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mass spectral investigations on selenium compounds. * / Benedetti, A.; Preti, C.; Tassi, Lorenzo; Tosi, G.. - In: AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0004-9425. - STAMPA. - 35(1982), pp. 1365-1372.
Benedetti, A.; Preti, C.; Tassi, Lorenzo; Tosi, G.
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