Consider isomeric alcohols A and B and mass spectra [1] and [2]. OH HO A B (a) Label the molecular ion and base peak in each spectrum. (b) Use the fragmentation patterns to determine which mass spectrum corresponds to isomer A and which corresponds to isomer B. 100 100 59 [2] 57 [1 50 31 41 29 41 73 88 88 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 asuepunge anDUIaH

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Consider isomeric alcohols A and B and mass spectra [1] and [2].


(a) Label the molecular ion and base peak in each spectrum. (b) Use the
fragmentation patterns to determine which mass spectrum corresponds
to isomer A and which corresponds to isomer B.

Consider isomeric alcohols A and B and mass spectra [1] and [2].
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(a) Label the molecular ion and base peak in each spectrum. (b) Use the
fragmentation patterns to determine which mass spectrum corresponds
to isomer A and which corresponds to isomer B.
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Consider isomeric alcohols A and B and mass spectra [1] and [2]. OH HO A B (a) Label the molecular ion and base peak in each spectrum. (b) Use the fragmentation patterns to determine which mass spectrum corresponds to isomer A and which corresponds to isomer B. 100 100 59 [2] 57 [1 50 31 41 29 41 73 88 88 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 asuepunge anDUIaH