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Table 4 Identification of peaks in the fourth-shot pyrogram shown in Fig. 6 (italics: base peak ion)

From: Synthetic materials in art: a new comprehensive approach for the characterization of multi-material artworks by analytical pyrolysis

No Peak identification Main ions (m/z)
1 Acetone 58
2 1,3-Cyclopentadiene 66
3 1,5-Hexadiene 81, 67, 54
4 Benzene 78, 63, 51
5 Acetic acid 60
6 Toluene 91, 65, 51
7 N-ethylacetamide 87
8 Diethylamine 73, 57
9 Ethylbenzene 106, 91
10 5-Hexen-1-ol 82, 67, 54
11 Styrene 104, 78, 63, 51
12 Allylbenzene 117, 103, 91, 77, 65
13 N-propylbenzene 120, 105, 91
14 Benzaldehyde 105, 77, 51
15 (1-Methylethenyl)-benzene 118, 103, 91, 78, 63, 51
16 Allylbenzene isomer 117, 103, 91, 65, 51
17 Cyclohexene 82, 67, 54
18 1-Ethenyl-2-methyl-benzene 117, 103, 91, 73, 63, 51
19 Allylbenzene isomer 117, 103, 91, 77, 63, 51
20 Indene 115, 89, 63, 51
21 1-Butynyl-benzene 130, 115, 102
22 1,2-dihydronaphthalene 130, 115, 102, 77, 67, 51
23 Naphthalene 128, 102, 74, 63, 51
24 1,2-Dihydro-2-methyl-naphthalene 144, 129, 115
25 2-Methylnaphthalene 142, 115, 89, 74, 63, 51
26 1-Methylnaphthalene 142, 115, 89, 74, 63, 51
27 2,6-Diisocyanatotoluene 174, 145, 132, 118, 91, 76
28 1,6-Diisocyanatohexane 99, 85, 69, 56
29 Biphenyl 154, 76, 51
30 2-Naphthol 144, 115, 89, 63
31 Unknown 169, 141, 114, 88, 74, 63
32 Unknown 144, 115, 103, 89, 73, 59
33 Unknown 183, 154, 128, 114, 88, 63
34 1,2-Dihydrophenanthrene 180, 165, 152, 89, 76
35 Phenanthrene 178, 152, 89, 76, 63
36 Oligomer 117, 103, 87, 73, 59
37 2-Phenylnaphthalene 204, 115, 101
38 Oligomer 202, 117, 101, 87, 73, 59
39 Oligomer 175, 117, 101, 87, 73, 59
40 Unknown 261, 232, 204, 129, 102, 77
41 Oligomer 207, 117, 101, 87, 73, 59
42 Oligomer 281, 207, 101, 87, 73, 59
43 Unknown 306, 128, 115, 101, 89, 77