By C. F. Van Sumere, W. Van Brussel, K. Vante Casteele (auth.), Tony Swain, Jeffrey B. Harbone, Chris F. Van Sumere (eds.)
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The fragmentations are effected under essentially milder conditions and are different from those obtained by election impact. As can be inferred, these methods have great potential for investigating compounds of higher molecular weight. The period 1960-70 saw the emergence of 1H-NMR as a powerful tool for probing structural elements in organic molecules. Construction of larger magnets, both of the conventional type and using super-conducting systems, have resulted in greater resolution and concomitant simplification of spectral order.
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The separation of quinones and their derivatives has been investigated by Rittich and Krska 73 . These authors found that the conversion of quinones into 2, 4dinitrophenylhydrazones (makes the reliable identification of benzoquinones and naphthoquinones possible) is particularly convenient. HPLC has recently also been introduced for the detection of anthraquinones in plant material of various kinds 71 . Rai et al. 71 found that Corasil type II with gradient cyclohexane to ethyl acetate provided a superior resolution of anthraquinone mixtures.
Biochemistry of Plant Phenolics by C. F. Van Sumere, W. Van Brussel, K. Vante Casteele (auth.), Tony Swain, Jeffrey B. Harbone, Chris F. Van Sumere (eds.)