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Studies relating to phthiocerol. Part VII. Phthiodiolone A

Abstract

A dihydroxyketone, now named phthiodiolone A, isolated from crude phthiocerol, is shown to be a mixture of homologues having the structure CH3·[CH2]n·CH(OH)·[CH2]4·CH(CH3)·CO·CH2·CH3 where n is 22 and 20, respectively. The same structure has been previously suggested as the probable structure for “phthiodiolone.”

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J. Chem. Soc. C, 1967, 803-807
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Studies relating to phthiocerol. Part VII. Phthiodiolone A

D. E. Minnikin and N. Polgar, J. Chem. Soc. C, 1967, 803
DOI: 10.1039/J39670000803

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