Gas-phase acidities of the 20 protein amino acids

@inproceedings{Jones2007GasphaseAO,
  title={Gas-phase acidities of the 20 protein amino acids},
  author={Christopher M. Jones and Matthew C. Bernier and Erin Carson and Kathryn E. Colyer and Rachel Metz and Anna Pawlow and Emily Wischow and Ian K. Webb and Erica J. Andriole and John C Poutsma},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract The gas-phase acidities of the 20 protein amino acids (PAAs) have been determined using an electrospray ionization–quadrupole ion trap instrument. Three different methods were used to determine both the absolute acidities and the relative acidity ordering of the PAAs. The extended kinetic method was used to determine absolute acidities for all 20 PAAs with substituted carboxylic acids and substituted phenols as reference acids. Acidities were obtained with an average uncertainty of ±10… CONTINUE READING

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