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MASS SPECTROMETRY
(Fragmentation Process and
Application of Mass Spectroscopy)
Prepared by
Prof.(Dr.) Dinesh Kumar Mehta
MMCP, (MMDU), Mullana
Fragmentation process:
 Bombardment of molecules by an electron beam with energy
between 10-15ev usually results in the ionization of molecules by
removal of one electron (Molecular ion formation).
 When the energy of electron beam is increased between 50-70ev, these
molecular ions acquire a high excitation resulting in their break down
into various fragments. This process is called ― Fragmentation
process which is divided as given below.
Rearrangement Reactions
Rearrangement reactions accompanied by transfer of atoms:
 Scrambling: Fragmentation giving rise to stable carbocation:
In certain cases fragmentation takes place at bond, which gives stable
carbocation.
Example- Molecular ion from the alkyl benzene undergoes
fragmentation at the benzylic bond and final product is seven
membered cyclic ion known as Tropylium ion.
 (McLafferty rearrangement ions)
 Metastable Ions
 Simple Cleavage
a) Homolytic Cleavage
b) Heterolytic Cleavage
c) Retro-Diel’s-Alder reaction
d) Hydrogen Transfer rearrangements
Metastable Ions:
Fragment of a parent ion will give rise to a new ion (daughter) plus
either a neutral molecule or a radical.
M1+
M2+
+ non charged particle
An intermediate situation is possible; M1+
may decompose to
M2+
while being accelerated. The resultant daughter ion M2+
will not
be recorded at either M1or M2, but at a position M* as a rather broad,
poorly focused peak. Such an ion is called a metastable ion.
Nature of Metastable Ions:
Metastable ions have lower kinetic energy than normal ions and
metastable peaks are smaller than the M1and M2 peaks and also
broader. These metastable ions arise from fragmentation that takes
place during the flight down through ion rather than in the ionization
chamber.
Significance of Metastable ions:
 Metastable ions are useful in helping to establish fragments
routes.
 Metastable ion peak can also be used to distinguish between
fragmentation Processes, which occur in few microseconds.
Molecular ions formed in the ionization chamber do one of the
following things:
1. Either they decompose completely and very rapidly in the ion source
and never reach the collector (as in case of highly branched molecular
ions with life times less than 10-5
seconds).
2. Or else they survive long enough to reach the collector and be
recorded there (life times longer than 10-5
).
Homolytic cleavage:
Here fragmentation is due to electron redistribution between bonds.
In hemolytic cleavage the electrons are equally transferred to both
atoms & it forms radical and cation.
Heterolytic Cleavage
 Fragmentation by movement of two electrons:
 In this type of cleavage both the electrons of the bond are taken
over by one of the atoms; the fragments are an even electron cation
and a radical with the positive charge residing on the alkyl group. It
is designated by a conventional arrow (↶ or ↷) to signify the
transfer of a pair of electrons in the direction of the charged site.
Retro Diels-Alder reaction:
Elimination by multiple σ bond rupture:
Cyclohexene is broken down to Diene and Dienophile. It can be
explained by one or two electron mechanism.
Applications
 Mass Spectrometry as a technique can be coupled with other
techniques such as HPLC and GC.
 As it is used in the identification of compounds it is used in all
areas of science.
 Some of its uses are : Trace Gas Analysis, Pharmaceutical
Industry, Space Exploration, Forensic Toxicology,
Archaeological Dating.
 Mass spectrometry is fast becoming an indispensable field for analyzing
biomolecules. Till the1970s, the only analytical techniques which
provided similar information were electrophoretic, chromatographic or
ultracentrifugation methods. The results were not absolute as they were
based on characteristics other than the molecular weight. Thus the only
possibility of knowing the exact molecular weight of a macromolecule
remained its calculation based on its chemical structure.

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MS Fragmentation Process and Application of MS.pdf

  • 1. MASS SPECTROMETRY (Fragmentation Process and Application of Mass Spectroscopy) Prepared by Prof.(Dr.) Dinesh Kumar Mehta MMCP, (MMDU), Mullana
  • 2. Fragmentation process:  Bombardment of molecules by an electron beam with energy between 10-15ev usually results in the ionization of molecules by removal of one electron (Molecular ion formation).  When the energy of electron beam is increased between 50-70ev, these molecular ions acquire a high excitation resulting in their break down into various fragments. This process is called ― Fragmentation process which is divided as given below. Rearrangement Reactions Rearrangement reactions accompanied by transfer of atoms:  Scrambling: Fragmentation giving rise to stable carbocation: In certain cases fragmentation takes place at bond, which gives stable carbocation. Example- Molecular ion from the alkyl benzene undergoes fragmentation at the benzylic bond and final product is seven membered cyclic ion known as Tropylium ion.
  • 3.  (McLafferty rearrangement ions)  Metastable Ions  Simple Cleavage a) Homolytic Cleavage b) Heterolytic Cleavage c) Retro-Diel’s-Alder reaction d) Hydrogen Transfer rearrangements Metastable Ions: Fragment of a parent ion will give rise to a new ion (daughter) plus either a neutral molecule or a radical. M1+ M2+ + non charged particle An intermediate situation is possible; M1+ may decompose to M2+ while being accelerated. The resultant daughter ion M2+ will not be recorded at either M1or M2, but at a position M* as a rather broad, poorly focused peak. Such an ion is called a metastable ion. Nature of Metastable Ions: Metastable ions have lower kinetic energy than normal ions and metastable peaks are smaller than the M1and M2 peaks and also broader. These metastable ions arise from fragmentation that takes
  • 4. place during the flight down through ion rather than in the ionization chamber. Significance of Metastable ions:  Metastable ions are useful in helping to establish fragments routes.  Metastable ion peak can also be used to distinguish between fragmentation Processes, which occur in few microseconds. Molecular ions formed in the ionization chamber do one of the following things: 1. Either they decompose completely and very rapidly in the ion source and never reach the collector (as in case of highly branched molecular ions with life times less than 10-5 seconds). 2. Or else they survive long enough to reach the collector and be recorded there (life times longer than 10-5 ). Homolytic cleavage: Here fragmentation is due to electron redistribution between bonds. In hemolytic cleavage the electrons are equally transferred to both atoms & it forms radical and cation.
  • 5. Heterolytic Cleavage  Fragmentation by movement of two electrons:  In this type of cleavage both the electrons of the bond are taken over by one of the atoms; the fragments are an even electron cation and a radical with the positive charge residing on the alkyl group. It is designated by a conventional arrow (↶ or ↷) to signify the transfer of a pair of electrons in the direction of the charged site. Retro Diels-Alder reaction: Elimination by multiple σ bond rupture:
  • 6. Cyclohexene is broken down to Diene and Dienophile. It can be explained by one or two electron mechanism. Applications  Mass Spectrometry as a technique can be coupled with other techniques such as HPLC and GC.  As it is used in the identification of compounds it is used in all areas of science.  Some of its uses are : Trace Gas Analysis, Pharmaceutical Industry, Space Exploration, Forensic Toxicology, Archaeological Dating.  Mass spectrometry is fast becoming an indispensable field for analyzing biomolecules. Till the1970s, the only analytical techniques which provided similar information were electrophoretic, chromatographic or ultracentrifugation methods. The results were not absolute as they were
  • 7. based on characteristics other than the molecular weight. Thus the only possibility of knowing the exact molecular weight of a macromolecule remained its calculation based on its chemical structure.