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Acta chemica Scandinavica (Copenhagen, Denmark : 1989)

Two-dimensional nuclear Overhauser enhancement NMR experiments on pelargonidin-3-glucopyranoside, an anthocyanin of low molecular mass.


PMID 1449913

Abstract

Pelargonidin-3-glucoside has been isolated from the acidified methanolic extract of strawberries (Fragaria anannassa variety Corona) by successive application of an ion-exchange resin, droplet-counter chromatography and gel filtration. The pigment in acidified methanolic solution was studied by means of the two-dimensional nuclear Overhauser enhancement NMR technique, and the sugar unit was found to be attached to the 3-position on the aglycone. At +20 degrees C the pigment was found to be in the extreme narrowing limit where the NOESY cross-peaks are negative. However, at -20 degrees C this low-mass anthocyanin could be studied in the slow motion regime where the NOESY cross-peaks are positive. With a mixing time of 0.3 s, the glucose H1"-H4" proton pair was measured in the initial cross-relaxation rate and their cross-peak volume corresponded to the H1"-H4" distance found in a 4C1 chair conformation.

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