Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp 346–352 | Cite as

Spectra of dipeptides with aromatic amino-acid residues and of oligopeptides with alanine residues in the far infrared region I. Far IR spectra of the methylamide of N-acetyl-L-phenylalanine and of dipeptides with phenylalanine residues

  • V. M. Tul'chinskii
  • G. A. Kogan
  • A. I. Miroshnikov
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Summary

1. Two types of conformational states differing in the nature of their spectra in the far IR region have been found for a number of methylamides of N-acetyl-L-amino acids (in the solid state).

2. The changes in the IR spectra in the far infrared with an increase in the length of the peptide chain and with a change in the sequence and configuration of the amino-acid residues have been discussed.

Keywords

Aromatic Ring Dipeptide Conformational State Diamide Phenylalanine Residue 

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  • V. M. Tul'chinskii
  • G. A. Kogan
  • A. I. Miroshnikov

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