Acylation of N-acetylneuraminic acid
The direct acylation of N-acetylneuraminic acid takes place ambiguously and leads to two reaction products: the acylated γ-lactone and the acylated derivative of the pyranose form of the acid.
KeywordsAcetic Anhydride Magnesium Sulfate Benzoyl Chloride Neuraminic Acid Butenolides
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