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Electrochemistry of Organic Compounds by Walther L.

By Walther L.

Oxidations, mark downs, and miscellaneous alterations of natural compounds with electrical energy in answer and through silent electrical discharge.

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3 LINKER DESIGN Following adoption of the glycal paradigm for the solid-phase assembly of oligosaccharides, the next strategic consideration involved the choice of a solid support and implementation of a method of linkage. Our first preference for the insoluble support was polystyrene 1% divinylbenzene copolymer, which is commonly used for the solid-supported synthesis of peptides. This polymer has high loading capacity, is compatible with a wide range of reaction conditions, and is cheap. 3 Glycal attachment to a polystyrene resin via a silyl linker.

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