Reductive acetylation of quercetin
The reductive acetylation of quercetin under the action of various reducing agents and of different times and temperatures, and also the conversion of the flavonols obtained into cyanidin chloride have been studied by the methods of the mathematical planning of experimentation.
KeywordsQuercetin Flavonol Acetic Anhydride Cyanidin Zinc Dust
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