By Alan R. Katritzky
Verified in 1960, Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry is the definitive serial within the area-one of significant significance to natural chemists, polymer chemists, and so much organic scientists. each 5th quantity ofAdvances in Heterocyclic Chemistry encompasses a cumulative topic index.
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86 is that it is based on a 'bent' chain, similar to that proposed by Hermans et al. 8) rather than on a 'straight' chain. Carlstrom pointed out87 that the 'straight' chain structure for cellulose, and by analogy for chitin, is unlikely owing to steric hindrance factors. Furthermore the 'bent' chain gives a C(3') -OH ... 28 A which agrees with the X-ray diffraction results. A second difference between earlier models and that of Carlstrom is that the side groups are taken into consideration in the latter.
1 A with increasing extent of hydration. 1 A approximately, it is not possible to fit water molecules between the chains without an unacceptable increase in c. 1 A allowed the incorporation of two water molecules per residue. 7 A are the mono- and dihydrate respectively. In the same paper Blackwell reported on the occurrence of two structural phases, A and B, in a number of ~-chitin samples. However diaphanol-bleached ~-chitin, such as was used in studies on the hydrate structures, consists of pure phase A material.
However they introduced a major development, selective N-acetylation of the oligosaccharide mixture prior to fractionation. 14, n = 5). 71 for an homologous series of oligo saccharides when n > 1; (b) the rectilinear relationship between 10g(lIRp - 1) versus n, where Rp is the mobility in paper chromatography, as previously found for an homologous series of oligosaccharides. 72 The presence of a (1-+4) link between the penultimate sugar residue and the reducing end residue was shown by the negative results obtained on subjecting the oligosaccharides to the Morgan-Elson test.