Sensitive and Accurate 13C Kinetic Isotope Effect Measurements Enabled by Polarization Transfer
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CitationKwan, Eugene E., Yongho Park, Harrison A. Besser, Thayer L. Anderson, and Eric N. Jacobsen. 2017. Sensitive and Accurate C Kinetic Isotope Effect Measurements Enabled by Polarization Transfer. Journal of the American Chemical Society 139, no. 1: 43-46.
AbstractPolarization transfer is demonstrated as a sensitive technique for the measurement of isotopic fractionation of protonated carbons at natural abundance. This method allows kinetic isotope effects (KIEs) to be determined with substantially less material or shorter acquisition time compared with traditional experiments. Computations quantitatively reproduce the KIEs in a Diels-Alder reaction and a catalytic glycosylation. The glycosylation is shown to occur by an effectively concerted mechanism.
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