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Moreover, the contribution of isotopes of low abundance can often be neglected without sacrificing much precision. For example, the effect of 2H on isotope patterns is usually insignificant. Also, 13C is often negligible when focussing on peaks of the series [M+2n]+·, which then results in patterns that are characteristic for halogens, sulfur, and silicon. In large molecules, however, isotopes of low abundance cannot be neglected. 66%) are quite significant ions. With the above algorithm, typical isotope patterns can be readily calculated manually by applying the general equation and neglecting isotopes of low abundance.
In this latter case, the abundance of [M + H]+ changes in proportion to the square of the sample pressure in the ion source. In the absence of a signal for M+·, the relative molecular weight must have a value that shows a logical and reasonable mass difference, Δm, to all the observed fragment ions. 9 Homologous Mass Series as Indications of Structural Type Certain sequences of intensity maxima in the lower mass range and the masses of unique signals are often characteristic of a particular compound type.
Typical isotope patterns are given on the following pages. 6 Isotope Patterns of Combinations of Cl and Br The signals are separated by 2 mass units. The mass for the most abundant signal is shown under the symbol of the element. The combination of the lightest isotopes is given on the left side of the x axis. 5 for exact abundances of many of these combinations. 7 Indicators of the Presence of Heteroatoms In low-resolution mass spectra, one often observes characteristic isotope patterns, specific masses of fragment ions, and characteristic mass differences (Δm) between the molecular ion (M+·) and fragment ions (frag+) or between fragment ions.