• Hanudatta S Atreya

      Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences

    • Organic fragments from graphene oxide: Isolation, characterization and solvent effects

      Ravula Thirupathi Y Jayasubba Reddy Erode N Prabhakaran Hanudatta S Atreya

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      As-prepared graphene oxide (GO) contains oxidative debris which can be washed using basic solutions. We present the isolation and characterization of these debris. Dynamic light scattering (DLS) is used to monitor the separation of the debris in various solvents in the presence of different protic and aprotic alkylamino bases. The study reveals that the debris are rich in carbonyl functional groups and water is an essential component for separation and removal of the debris from GO under oxidative reaction conditions.

    • Simultaneous acquisition of three NMR spectra in a single experiment for rapid resonance assignments in metabolomics

      Shivanand M Pudakalakatti Abhinav Dubey Hanudatta S Atreya

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      NMR-based approach to metabolomics typically involves the collection of two-dimensional (2D) heteronuclear correlation spectra for identification and assignment of metabolites. In case of spectral overlap, a 3D spectrum becomes necessary, which is hampered by slow data acquisition for achieving sufficient resolution. We describe here a method to simultaneously acquire three spectra (one 3D and two 2D) in a single data set, which is based on a combination of different fast data acquisition techniques such as G-matrix Fourier transform (GFT) NMR spectroscopy, parallel data acquisition and non-uniform sampling. The following spectra are acquired simultaneously: (1) $^{13}$C multiplicity edited GFT (3,2)D HSQC-TOCSY, (2) 2D [$^1$H-$^1$H] TOCSY and (3) 2D [$^{13}$C-$^1$H] HETCOR. The spectra are obtained at high resolution and provide high-dimensional spectral information for resolving ambiguities. While the GFT spectrum has been shown previously to provide good resolution, the editing of spin systems based on their CH multiplicities further resolves the ambiguities for resonance assignments. The experiment is demonstrated on a mixture of 21 metabolites commonly observed in metabolomics. The spectra were acquired at natural abundance of $^{13}$C. This is the first application of a combination of three fast NMR methods for small molecules and opens up new avenues for high-throughput approaches for NMR-based metabolomics.

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