Methylation and periodate oxidation of clematosides A', A, and B
The methylated monosaccharides formed in the methylation of clematosides A′, A, and B have been separated and identified by gas-liquid chromatography.
The preparative isolation of the methylated monosaccharides has been carried out and their structures have been confirmed by chemical methods.
The structure of clematosides A′, A, and B has been discussed in the light of the results of methylation and periodate oxidation.
KeywordsOxidation Methylation Chromatography Chemical Method Monosaccharide
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