Jump to main content
Jump to site search

Issue 4, 1990
Previous Article Next Article

The metabolism of gallic acid and hexahydroxydiophenic acid in higher plants part 4; polyphenol interactions part 3. Spectroscopic and physical properties of esters of gallic acid and (S)-hexahydroxydiphenic acid with D-glucopyranose (4C1)

Abstract

NMR spectroscopic methods, based upon 1H and 13C and two-dimensional long-range heteronuclear shift correlation, have been used accurately to define the positions of esterification to D-glucopyranose of structurally related phenolic acids in natural polyphenols. Quantitative measurements of physical properties i.e. gelling, distribution between octan-1-ol and water, and self-association of natural phenolic esters are described and related in some cases to features of putative biogenetic schemes for these metabolites.

Back to tab navigation

Article information


J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2, 1990, 651-660
Article type
Paper

The metabolism of gallic acid and hexahydroxydiophenic acid in higher plants part 4; polyphenol interactions part 3. Spectroscopic and physical properties of esters of gallic acid and (S)-hexahydroxydiphenic acid with D-glucopyranose (4C1)

C. M. Spencer, Y. Cai, R. Martin, T. H. Lilley and E. Haslam, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2, 1990, 651
DOI: 10.1039/P29900000651

Search articles by author

Spotlight

Advertisements