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R)-(- )glycerol I' looylote . ~~________C~I'~I____________J hyde AI . 1. ot. (-). 8 . di-Me •• ter (+l. 2'opimor (+) . Al l O by AS (H) ond chirol nmr [9]. (0) [8] CH 2 0H CO =FCH20H (H3C)2CHCH2+ OH ~H3C OH [8J H OH OH HT CH 2 0H 18. (25 ,3R)-(+)2' i. obut ylbutc nfl -l,2,3,4- ttt rol 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 18. s; 5 H )dibozone. 19. (5)-( )piporo,on. CH 2 0H 17. (25,3RH )2 -methyl' butone- ',2 ,3,4 -tatro! e. L. Fischer, J. Arn. Chern. , 1942, 64, 1291. R . S. , 1966, 4541. E . Abderhalden and E.

Yl · bolono AS9 . 1. H (RH-)2'phonyl-lbolylomino . A 41 . S . 16 . 2. (R)-(-)3·omino·2 phenylpropionic acid. 3 . §(S )-(-) 4 -hydroxy-4phenylpentonok: acid l<>elone . [~J 1[-'J CH2CH2CHflH C2 H, ~Ph +CH3 [5J j - f - C H3 H OH S. § (SH+)2-mothyl·2-phonyltotrOhydrOfuron . 4 . hex-'· Inl . 6. §(SH-)4·phenylpentono· 1,4-dlol. - I I 1 I 9 . (5)-(+)6-phonyl · hepton-2-on • . 8. (-) gomozocne. Ab • . 7 . oboloelomol . Abs. X-my [7]. X·ray [8]. _-- D Ph ..... C . • , ,OH C ,- H3~ N I Mo (2S,4S,:;RH+) I, 2,:; ' tdm,thyl - 4-phonyl- 4 piperidinol A'18.

O pro loctone. 6. l-(+) 6-hyd,oxy - 3met hylhuonolc ac id. - - - - - - - - - ,, - - - - - - - - 7. (R )-(+ ) 3 ,7- d,me th yloet- (R H 6 -e noie ( eit ronell ic ) aci d CC + /] ~ L2) C( 4 ) " ' - . I I ( } rOH 8 _ (R ) - (- ) 6 -me'oopto -4met hylhuonoic a cid. 4 . I I I ) 6-hydroxy -4- methy lhexonoic acid . -'-'-'-'-'-'-', ~bo 9 . (l5 , 4 R, 65 )-(- )2- thio- [2. IJ heptanbi eyelo 6-01. Sy C O (neiton ehirality mothod ( R )-(+) 3- m. onoic ocid I - ) 3 -(2 - metho, y - l0 - phenoth,aZlnyl) - , )[6].

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