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Static secondary-ion mass spectrometric investigation of the surface structure of organic plasma-deposited films prepared from stable-isotope-labeled precursors. 1. Carbonyl precursors.

Publication ,  Journal Article
Chilkoti, A; Ratner, BD; Briggs, D
Published in: Analytical chemistry
August 1991

Stable-isotope-labeled carbonyl precursors (acetaldehyde, acetone, and 2-butanone) were used to create plasma-deposited films (PDFs), which were then examined by positive- and negative-ion static SIMS. This allowed hydrocarbon (HC) fragments to be distinguished from oxygen-containing fragments in the static SIMS spectra of these PDFs. Both the positive- and negative-ion static SIMS fragmentation patterns of conventional HC and oxygen-containing polymers were qualitatively examined in order to assign structural units on the PDF surface that could account for the sallent features in the static SIMS fragmentation patterns of these PDFs.

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Published In

Analytical chemistry

DOI

EISSN

1520-6882

ISSN

0003-2700

Publication Date

August 1991

Volume

63

Issue

15

Start / End Page

1612 / 1620

Related Subject Headings

  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Isotope Labeling
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • 4004 Chemical engineering
  • 3401 Analytical chemistry
  • 3205 Medical biochemistry and metabolomics
  • 0399 Other Chemical Sciences
  • 0301 Analytical Chemistry
 

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Journal cover image

Published In

Analytical chemistry

DOI

EISSN

1520-6882

ISSN

0003-2700

Publication Date

August 1991

Volume

63

Issue

15

Start / End Page

1612 / 1620

Related Subject Headings

  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Isotope Labeling
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • 4004 Chemical engineering
  • 3401 Analytical chemistry
  • 3205 Medical biochemistry and metabolomics
  • 0399 Other Chemical Sciences
  • 0301 Analytical Chemistry