Determination of Kinetic Parameters within a Single Nonisothermal On-Flow Experiment by Nanoliter NMR Spectroscopy

M.V. Gomez, A.M. Rodriguez, A. de la Hoz, F. Jimenez-Marquez, R.M. Fratila, P.A. Barneveld, A.H. Velders

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Abstract

Conventional methods to determine the kinetic parameters for a certain reaction require multiple, separate isothermal experiments, resulting in time- and material-consuming processes. Here, an approach to determine the kinetic information within a single nonisothermal on-flow experiment is presented, consuming less than 10 µmol of reagents and having a total measuring time of typically 10 min. This approach makes use of a microfluidic NMR chip hyphenated to a continuous-flow microreactor and is based on the capabilities of the NMR chip to analyze subnanomole quantities of material in the 25 nL detection volume. Importantly, useful data are acquired from the microreactor platform in specific isothermal and nonisothermal frames. A model fitting the experimental data enables rapid determination of kinetic parameters, as demonstrated for a library of isoxazole and pyrazole derivatives.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)10547-10555
JournalAnalytical Chemistry
Volume87
Issue number20
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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