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Default Revealing elusive conformations of sucrose from hydrogen bond J-coupling in H(2)O: A combined NMR and quantum mechanics study

Revealing elusive conformations of sucrose from hydrogen bond J-coupling in H(2)O: A combined NMR and quantum mechanics study

Hydrogen bonding is a crucial feature of biomolecules, but its characterization in glycans dissolved in aqueous solutions is challenging due to rapid hydrogen exchange between hydroxyl groups and H(2)O. In principle, the scalar (J) coupling constant can reveal the relative orientation of the atoms in the molecule. In contrast to J-coupling through H-bonds reported in proteins and nucleic acids, research on J-coupling through H-bonds in glycans dissolved in water is lacking. Here, we use sucrose...

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