2 edition of Saccharinic acids from D-xylose and D-fructose found in the catalog.
Saccharinic acids from D-xylose and D-fructose
1967 in Stockholm .
Written in English
|Statement||by Atsushi Ishizu, Bengt Lindberg, and Olof Theander.|
|Contributions||Lindberg, Bengt, 1919- joint author., Theander, Olof, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||SD1 .S896 no. 508|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(1), 424-432 p.|
|Number of Pages||432|
|LC Control Number||72419291|
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This chapter discusses the saccharinic acids. Three structurally isomeric forms have been established for the six-carbon saccharinic acids.
In the order of their discovery, these are the saccharinic or 2-C-methylpentonic acids, the isosaccharinic or 3-deoxyC- (hydroxymethyl)-pentonic acids, and the metasaccharinic or 3-deoxyhexonic acids. Although none of these six-carbon, deoxyaldonic Cited by: Fermentation of Glucose, Fructose, and Xylose by Clostridium thermoaceticum: Effect of Saccharinic acids from D-xylose and D-fructose book on Growth Yield, Enzymes, and the Synthesis of Acetate from CO2 D-fructose, and.
D-xylose. are. Fraction B-l-A (degree of polymerization ) consisted of a chain of β-(1 → 4)-linked d-xylose and d-glucose units, some of each of which were branched through C The terminal, nonreducing.
The behaviour of the principal monosaccharides of hemicelluloses (xylose, arabinose, mannose, galactose and glucose) was compared in alkaline solution (2 N NaOH, 40°C).
Kinetics of the formation of four carboxylic acids (lactic, glyceric, acetic and Saccharinic acids from D-xylose and D-fructose book were by: 4.
97 Schmitz 90 found that the aldolization of DL-glycerose in barium hydroxide solution, which is accompanied by isomerization of the DL-glycerose to 1,3-dihydroxypropanone, gave DL-fructose and DL-sorbose.
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User Account. Log in; Register; Help; Take a Tour; Sign up for a free trial; SubscribeCited by: The “saccharinic acids,” a group of 3-deoxy aldonic acids, 2-C-methyl aldonic acids, and 3-deoxy-2C-(hydroxymethyl) aldonic acids, afford remarkably stable 1,actones and are generally isolated as such Schnelle and Tollensaa have noted that “a-D-glucosaccharinolactone,” (2-C-methyl-n-ribo(?)-pentonolactone) undergoes very little.
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