Tris(dichloropropyl)phosphate, a mutagenic flame retardant: frequent cocurrence in human seminal plasma.

@article{Hudec1981TrisdichloropropylphosphateAM,
  title={Tris(dichloropropyl)phosphate, a mutagenic flame retardant: frequent cocurrence in human seminal plasma.},
  author={Thomas T. Hudec and James E. Thean and Dieter Kuehl and Ralph C. Dougherty},
  journal={Science},
  year={1981},
  volume={211 4485},
  pages={
          951-2
        }
}
Negative-chemical-ionization mass spectral screening of extracts of human seminal plasma has revealed a presence of a Cl7 ion cluster at a mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) of 463 in a significant number of the samples examined (34 out of 123). Experiments with different gases used to generate the negative-chemical-ionization plasma indicated that the ion at m/z 463 was a chloride adduca of a Cl6 molecule with a mass of 428 daltons. Negative-chemical-ionization mass measurement with ions from the… CONTINUE READING

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