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C. Binning, Jr. et B. Bigot, J. Am. Chem. , 103 (1981) 43934399. [5] W. L. Jorgensen et M. Ibrahim, J. Am. Chem. , 103 (1981) 3976-3985. [6] E. L. Eliel, K. D. Hargrave, K. M. Pietrusiewicz et M. Manoharan, J. Am. Chem. , 104 (1982) 3635-3643. [7] M. C. Planje, L. H. Toneman et G. Dallinga, Rec. Trav. , 84 (1965) 232-240. [8] C. B. T. Sepp, J. Org. , 32 (1967) 607-611. [9] C. T. Bishop et E P. Cooper, Can. J. , 41 (1963) 2743-2758. [IO] P. L. Durette et D. Horton, Adv. Curb. Chem. , 26 (1971) 49-125.

19 (1986) 307-313. [7] M. J. King-Morris et A. S. Serianni, J. Am. Chern. , 109 (1987) 3501-3508. [8] H. S. Isbell et W. Pigman,Adv. Curbohydr. , 23 (1968) 11-57 ; 24 (1969) 13-65. [9] E Hucho et K. Wallenfels, Eux J. , 23 (1971) 489-496. 1 SYMBOLES DE CONFORMATION : PYRANOSES Les conformations remarquables du cycle oxane (tétrahydropyranne) des pyranoses sont les mêmes que celles du cyclohexane. On numérote les carbones à partir du carbone hémiacétalique, dit anornérique. Cette convention n’est pas conforme à la règle de numérotation des hétérocycles, qui attribue le numéro 1 à l’hétéroatome (ici, l’oxygène).

Tvarosvka,Adv. Curb. Chem. , 47 (1989) 45-123. [15] E. E. Astrup,Actu Chem. , 25 (1971) 1494-1495. [16] J. Augé et S. David, Tetrahedron, 40 (1984) 2101-2106. [17] B. , Nature, 322 (1986) 215-216. [18] C. Altona et M. Sundaralingam, J. Amer Chem. , 94 (1972) 8205-8212. 1 DÉFINITIONS RELATIVES AUX GLYCOSIDES (O-GLYCOSIDES) Les furanoses et les pyranoses sont des hémiacétals. Les glycosides sont les acétals correspondants. Ils dérivent sur le papier des furanoses et des pyranoses par le remplacement de l’hydrogène de l’hydroxyle hemiacétalique par un radical carboné.

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