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The mass spectra of several alcohol esters (C1-C5) of lauric acid were studied in order to investigate the influence of the ionization voltage on the length and iso-structure of alcohol chain . Generally, hydrocarbon peaks at 20eV and 30eV were smaller than the corresponding ions at 70eV in the mass spectra of these laurates. However, following peaks showed especially larger relative intensity at 20eV and 30eV than that at 70eV , at m/e 201 in propyl, butyl and n-amyl esters, at m/e 60 and 200doi:10.5650/jos1956.22.352 fatcat:sfd3fkxjlvboblxlsqhvyiotda