Ion Mobility Separation of Deprotonated Oligosaccharide Isomers - Evidence for Gas-phase Charge Migration

Struwe, W. B.*; Baldauf, C.*; Hofmann, J.; Rudd, P. M.; Pagel, K.*— 2016

There has been increasing evidence that certain isomeric glycans can be separated efficiently by ion mobility-mass spectrometry when deprotonated ions are analyzed. To better understand the fundamentals behind these separations, we here investigate the impact of ionisation mode and adduct formation using IM-MS, density-functional theory and ab initio molecular dynamics.

TitleIon Mobility Separation of Deprotonated Oligosaccharide Isomers - Evidence for Gas-phase Charge Migration
AuthorStruwe, W. B.*; Baldauf, C.*; Hofmann, J.; Rudd, P. M.; Pagel, K.*
Date2016
Identifier10.1039/C6CC06247D
Source(s)
CitationChem. Commun. 2016, 52, 12353-12356
TypeText