Sodium cholate aggregation and chiral recognition of the probe molecule

Christine M. Hebling, Laura E. Thompson, Kyle W. Eckenroad, Gregory A. Manley, Roderick A. Fry, Karl Todd Mueller, Timothy G. Strein, David Rovnyak

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Abstract

Bile salt micelles can be employed as a pseudostationary phase in micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography (MEKC) separations of chiral analytes. To improve MEKC separations of chiral analytes, a molecular level understanding of micelle aggregation in the presence of analyte is needed. Here, aggregation of sodium cholate has been observed by exploiting the presence of a model analyte molecule. The 31P and 1H nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) chemical shifts of (R,S)-1,1 '-binaphthyl-2,2'- diylhydrogenphosphate (R,S)-BNDHP), a model analyte in chiral MEKC separations, are demonstrated to be very sensitive to the aggregation state of the bile salt sodium cholate. In addition to probing micellar aggregation, the NMR spectral resolution of enantiomeric species is also strongly correlated with chiral separations in MEKC. In this work, the aggregation of sodium cholate in basic solutions (pH 12) has been observed over the concentration range 0-100 mM. The primary critical micelle concentration (cmc) was found to be 14 ± 1 mM for basic solutions of sodium cholate. In addition, a primitive aggregate is clearly observed to form at 7 ± 1 mM sodium cholate. The data also show pseudo-cmc behavior for secondary aggregation observed in the regime of 50-60 mM cholate. Finally, the H5-H7 edge of BNDHP is shown to be sensitive to chirally selective interactions with primary cholate micelles.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)13866-13874
Number of pages9
JournalLangmuir
Volume24
Issue number24
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 16 2008

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Sodium Cholate
electrokinetics
chromatography
micelles
Agglomeration
Sodium
sodium
Chromatography
Molecules
probes
Micelles
Cholates
magnetic resonance spectroscopy
molecules
Critical micelle concentration
Bile Acids and Salts
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
salts
nuclear magnetic resonance
Salts

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  • Materials Science(all)
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Surfaces and Interfaces
  • Spectroscopy
  • Electrochemistry

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Hebling, C. M., Thompson, L. E., Eckenroad, K. W., Manley, G. A., Fry, R. A., Mueller, K. T., ... Rovnyak, D. (2008). Sodium cholate aggregation and chiral recognition of the probe molecule. Langmuir, 24(24), 13866-13874. https://doi.org/10.1021/la802000x
Hebling, Christine M. ; Thompson, Laura E. ; Eckenroad, Kyle W. ; Manley, Gregory A. ; Fry, Roderick A. ; Mueller, Karl Todd ; Strein, Timothy G. ; Rovnyak, David. / Sodium cholate aggregation and chiral recognition of the probe molecule. In: Langmuir. 2008 ; Vol. 24, No. 24. pp. 13866-13874.
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Sodium cholate aggregation and chiral recognition of the probe molecule. / Hebling, Christine M.; Thompson, Laura E.; Eckenroad, Kyle W.; Manley, Gregory A.; Fry, Roderick A.; Mueller, Karl Todd; Strein, Timothy G.; Rovnyak, David.

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Hebling CM, Thompson LE, Eckenroad KW, Manley GA, Fry RA, Mueller KT et al. Sodium cholate aggregation and chiral recognition of the probe molecule. Langmuir. 2008 Dec 16;24(24):13866-13874. https://doi.org/10.1021/la802000x