Hydrogen bonding and cooperativity in isolated and hydrated sugars: mannose, galactose, glucose, and lactose.

@article{arabal2005HydrogenBA,
  title={Hydrogen bonding and cooperativity in isolated and hydrated sugars: mannose, galactose, glucose, and lactose.},
  author={Pierre Çarçabal and Rebecca A Jockusch and Isabel H{\"u}nig and Lavina C. Snoek and Romano T. Kroemer and Benjamin G Davis and David P. Gamblin and Isabelle Compagnon and Jos Oomens and John P. Simons},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2005},
  volume={127 32},
  pages={11414-25}
}
The conformation of phenyl-substituted monosaccharides (mannose, galactose, and glucose) and their singly hydrated complexes has been investigated in the gas phase by means of a combination of mass selected, conformer specific ultraviolet and infrared double resonance hole burning spectroscopy experiments, and ab initio quantum chemistry calculations. In each case, the water molecule inserts into the carbohydrate at a position where it can replace a weak intramolecular interaction by two… CONTINUE READING

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