For this problem, we have to draw the structures of the two fragment ions of the highest mass for the molecule below during mass spectroscopy:
Draw structures for the two fragment ions of highest mass from the following molecule (gray=C, white=H. blue=N, red=O;
When you draw ions, especially radical ions (Marvin cannot show the unpaired electron yet.), do the following:
1. Use the charge tools to adjust charge.
2. Place the charge on a carbon, not on a heteroatom like N or O.
3. Only If necessary, adjust the number of hydrogens at the charged carbon by drawing C-H bonds.
4. Do not draw any other hydrogens.
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