Molecular Ion Produced by EI


Molecular Ion Produced by EI

In electron ionization, electrons from a filament sometimes knock out an electron of molecules and ionize the same compounds without break-up. The produced ion has the same mass as the original compound except for a negligibly small mass of an electron. We call such an ion a "molecular ion". This ion is very important for determining the molecular weight.


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