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By Alan R. Katritzky

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Dihydrodiazepinium perchlorates do not give reproducible mass spectra under ei conditions, presumably owing to poor volatilization (77AJC365). In some cases, and especially if the 1-, 4-, and 6-positions are blocked by substituents, the molecular ion of the dihydrodiazepinium cation may be observable. An extensive range of alkyl- and aryl-substituted dihydrodiazepinium iodides was studied [77AJC365; 81JCS(P1)726], and the major fragment ions of the 5,7-diphenyl derivative were analyzed by accurate mass measurement.

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