Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp 12–15 | Cite as

Polysaccharides ofEremurus. XIII. Study of the structure of the partially acetylated glucomannans by the13C NMR method

  • A. Dzhumamuratova
  • D. A. Rakhimov
  • S. S. Shashkov
  • E. S. Kondratenko
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Abstract

The13C spectra of the glucomannans fromEremurus lactiflorus andE. luteus are analyzed in comparison with the spectra of low-molecular-weight model compounds. It has been shown that the linear polymer chain consists of 1 → 4-bound glycosidic residues in the pyranose form, which confirms the results of earlier chemical investigations of these polysaccharides.

Keywords

Methyl Ether Glucomannan Mannose Residue Partial Methylation Mannopyranosides 

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  • A. Dzhumamuratova
  • D. A. Rakhimov
  • S. S. Shashkov
  • E. S. Kondratenko

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