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Journal Articles Carbohydrate Polymers Year : 2022

Probing topology of supramolecular complexes between cyclodextrins and alkali metals by ion mobility-mass spectrometry

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In this study, the size and shape of supramolecular assemblies between cyclo-oligosaccharides and proton, ammonium or a series of alkali metals by electrospray coupled to trapped ion mobility-mass spectrometry (ESI-TIMS) have investigated. Native cyclodextrins (CD) were selected as models, and collision cross section (CCS) values were deducted for the main positive singly and doubly charged species. Experimental CCS values were in good agreement with those obtained from molecular modeling. Due to the high mobility resolving power and resolution, it was possible to highlight the presence of various conformers. Also, TIMS allowed to discriminate and estimate the content of various orientations from non-covalent nanotubes-based CD, involving secondary/ secondary rim hydroxyl groups (head-to head), primary/secondary rim (head-to-tail) hydroxyl groups or pri-mary/primary rim (tail-to-tail) hydroxyl groups interactions. Such results pave the way for a better knowledge of the topology of cyclo-oligosaccharides based supramolecular complexes, demonstrating that TIMS can be a particularly attractive molecular descriptor.
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hal-03931502 , version 1 (09-01-2023)

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Cédric Przybylski, Véronique Bonnet. Probing topology of supramolecular complexes between cyclodextrins and alkali metals by ion mobility-mass spectrometry. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2022, ⟨10.1016/j.carbpol.2022.120019⟩. ⟨hal-03931502⟩
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