The mass spectra of some 1,3,2-oxazaphospholanes
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The mass spectra of six 1,3,2-oxazaphospholanes have been obtained. The compounds studied give strong m/e=M lines; the relative stability of the molecular ion correlates with the structure of the molecule. During the process of dissociative ionization, cleavage of the C-C and the P-O bonds in the ring takes place, with the molecular ion losing a R'CHO molecule. It has been shown that the molecule of an olefin is formed from the molecular ion mainly through an alkoxy group. A probable process of dissociative ionization is the loss by the molecular ion of an alkoxy group or, in the case of the 2-chloro derivative, the loss of a Cl atom.
KeywordsMass Spectrum Organic Chemistry Relative Stability Alkoxy Group Probable Process
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