Problem: The formula of a compound with an even massed molecular ion will a) contain an even number of nitrogen atoms. b) contain an even number of halogen atoms. c) contain an odd number of nitrogen atoms. d) produce even massed fragment ions from one bond cleavage processes. e) none of the above.

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The formula of a compound with an even massed molecular ion will

a) contain an even number of nitrogen atoms.

b) contain an even number of halogen atoms.

c) contain an odd number of nitrogen atoms.

d) produce even massed fragment ions from one bond cleavage processes.

e) none of the above.

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