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Methodology for the identification of tri-terpenes mixtures components by {sup 13} C NMR; Metodologia para identificao dos componentes de misturas de triterpenos por RMN de {sup 13} C

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Abstract

This work describes a methodology for the identification of tri terpenes complex mixtures by {sup 13} C NMR. The use of {sup 13} C NMR techniques, such as obtention of noise decoupled spectra, DEPT 135 and DEPT 90 sequences, allowed the identification of components of triterpene mixtures with identical functionality through comparison of observed {sup 13} C NMR chemical shifts with {sup 13} C NMR chemical shifts reported in the literature. The method proved to be specially helpful in the identification of triterpenes by analysis of chemical shifts assignable to doubly bonded carbons, since the particular position of such double bonds is characteristic of some triterpene skeletons. Application of this methodology indicated the presence of bauerenol, {alpha}-amyrin and {beta}-amyrin in Acmanthera latifolis Griseb. (Malpighiaceae); of germanicone, lupenone, {alpha}-amyrenone and {beta}-amyrenone in Alibertia macrophylla A. Rich. (Rubiaceae); of {alpha}-amyrin acetate, lupeol acetate and {beta}-amyrin acetate in Vernonia polyanthes Schreb. (Asteraceae); {alpha}-amyrenone, {beta}-amyrenone, boehmerone, friedelin, lupenone, {alpha}-amyrin, {beta}-amyrin and glutinol in Scoparia dulcis L. (Scrophulariaceae). (author). 37 refs., 93 figs.
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1990
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Reference Number:
SCA: 400200; PA: BR-97:0I0467; EDB-97:141951; SN: 97001873427
Resource Relation:
Other Information: TH: Tese (M.Sc.); PBD: 1990
Subject:
40 CHEMISTRY; CHEMICAL ANALYSIS; TERPENES; NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE; CARBON 13; BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS; PLANTS; CHEMICAL COMPOSITION; CHEMICAL PROPERTIES; CHEMISTRY; STRUCTURAL CHEMICAL ANALYSIS; BIOSYNTHESIS; BIOCHEMISTRY; DOUBLE BONDS
OSTI ID:
542392
Research Organizations:
Sao Paulo Univ., SP (Brazil). Inst. de Quimica
Country of Origin:
Brazil
Language:
Portuguese
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: BR97I0467
Availability:
Available from the Nuclear Information Center of the Brazilian Nuclear Energy Commission, Rio de Janeiro
Submitting Site:
BR
Size:
224 p.
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Olea, Roberto S.G. Methodology for the identification of tri-terpenes mixtures components by {sup 13} C NMR; Metodologia para identificao dos componentes de misturas de triterpenos por RMN de {sup 13} C. Brazil: N. p., 1990. Web.
Olea, Roberto S.G. Methodology for the identification of tri-terpenes mixtures components by {sup 13} C NMR; Metodologia para identificao dos componentes de misturas de triterpenos por RMN de {sup 13} C. Brazil.
Olea, Roberto S.G. 1990. "Methodology for the identification of tri-terpenes mixtures components by {sup 13} C NMR; Metodologia para identificao dos componentes de misturas de triterpenos por RMN de {sup 13} C." Brazil.
@misc{etde_542392,
title = {Methodology for the identification of tri-terpenes mixtures components by {sup 13} C NMR; Metodologia para identificao dos componentes de misturas de triterpenos por RMN de {sup 13} C}
author = {Olea, Roberto S.G.}
abstractNote = {This work describes a methodology for the identification of tri terpenes complex mixtures by {sup 13} C NMR. The use of {sup 13} C NMR techniques, such as obtention of noise decoupled spectra, DEPT 135 and DEPT 90 sequences, allowed the identification of components of triterpene mixtures with identical functionality through comparison of observed {sup 13} C NMR chemical shifts with {sup 13} C NMR chemical shifts reported in the literature. The method proved to be specially helpful in the identification of triterpenes by analysis of chemical shifts assignable to doubly bonded carbons, since the particular position of such double bonds is characteristic of some triterpene skeletons. Application of this methodology indicated the presence of bauerenol, {alpha}-amyrin and {beta}-amyrin in Acmanthera latifolis Griseb. (Malpighiaceae); of germanicone, lupenone, {alpha}-amyrenone and {beta}-amyrenone in Alibertia macrophylla A. Rich. (Rubiaceae); of {alpha}-amyrin acetate, lupeol acetate and {beta}-amyrin acetate in Vernonia polyanthes Schreb. (Asteraceae); {alpha}-amyrenone, {beta}-amyrenone, boehmerone, friedelin, lupenone, {alpha}-amyrin, {beta}-amyrin and glutinol in Scoparia dulcis L. (Scrophulariaceae). (author). 37 refs., 93 figs.}
place = {Brazil}
year = {1990}
month = {Dec}
}