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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 22, Issue 5, pp 541–547 | Cite as

Investigation of the products of the ozonolysis of larixol

  • P. F. Vlad
  • A. M. Kyl'chik
  • E. N. Schmidt
  • M. N. Koltsa
  • V. N. Odinokov
  • V. A. Pentegova
Article

Abstract

On the ozonization of larixol in methanol followed by treatment with ammonium chloride, the main reaction products were 15,16,20-trisnorlabd-6-ene-8,13-dione and 6-hydroxy-8,13;8,14-diepoxy-15,20-bisnorlabd-14-one. When ozonization was performed in methanol in the presence of dimethyl sulfide or in methylene chloride in the presence of pyridine, 6,14-dihydroxy-8,13;8,14-diepoxy-15,20-bisnorlabdane and 6-hydroxy-14,50,20-trisnorlabd-8,13-dione predominated in the reaction products.

Keywords

Acetic Anhydride Dimethyl Sulfide Ozonization Product Chromatographic Fraction Main Reaction Product 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. F. Vlad
  • A. M. Kyl'chik
  • E. N. Schmidt
  • M. N. Koltsa
  • V. N. Odinokov
  • V. A. Pentegova

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