By Derek Horton
Seeing that its inception in 1945, this serial has supplied severe and integrating articles written by means of learn experts that combine commercial, analytical, and technological facets of biochemistry, natural chemistry, and instrumentation method within the learn of carbohydrates. The articles supply a definitive interpretation of the present prestige and destiny tendencies in carbohydrate chemistry and biochemistry.
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3)-Gal linkage. 6 Hz/109 , the latter DEVELOPMENTS IN THE KARPLUS EQUATION 53 dihedral angle being determined from a crystal structure). Fitting of these data to the three-parameter Eq. 4)-Glc suffers from poor spectral dispersion in critical regions of its 13C spectrum, 3D LRCC was used to measure six values of 3JCCOC for the trisaccharide, which agreed very well with those calculated for the MD-simulated structure by use of Eq. (74). 82 (Eqs. (36) and (37), respectively). 122 synthesized a large number of aldose derivatives selectively substituted with 13C at C-1 or C-6, and ketoses similarly substituted at C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-5, or C-6.
3JCCOP values were measured directly from the 31P splittings in 1H-decoupled 13C spectra. Other parametrizations had been developed earlier for these couplings, but were limited to one- or twoparameter equations by being based on too few values of the dihedral angle. For example, only parameters A and B in Eq. (3) could be derived from a data set containing only J(60) and J(180). 107 Backbone conformations of oligonucleotides have been characterized by six torsional angles, a, b, g, d, e, and w (Fig.
5 Hz) and occurs in a forbidden region of P $270 . 56 The terms were selected and evaluated individually, with the assumption of a linear additivity. A standard set of 198 vicinal coupling constants determined from 104 compounds dissolved in nonpolar solvents was selected from the literature, including mostly alkanes and halides, but with a number of other substituent types represented, and four sugars. 05 Hz for those reported after 1980. In fitting data to the modified equation, the experimental coupling constants were weighted by the reciprocals of the assigned precisions.