The configurations of the C-2 chiral centers of the stereoisomers of naringenin 5-glucoside isolated from flamin by HPLC have been established by the method of circular dichroism. One of the stereoisomers is (−)-2S-naringenin 5-glucoside and the other has been characterized as a molecular compound containing the 5-glucosides of (+)-2R- and (−)-2S-naringenins in a ratio of ∼2:1.
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Tyukavkina, M.A., Dem'yanovich, V.M., Kolesnik, Y.A. et al. Configuration of stereoisomers of naringenin 5-glucoside present in flamin. Chem Nat Compd 25, 157–160 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00598401
- Organic Chemistry
- Circular Dichroism
- Chiral Center
- Molecular Compound