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A. M. Gakhokidze, Trudy Tbilis Uchitel. Znst. S. 8. R . ) ) , 2, 146 (1941). (53) W. J. Hickinbottom, J . Chem. ,1676 (1929). (53a) P. Brigl, 2. physiol. , 116, 1 (1921). (54) In the experimental part of the paper,60 silver carbonate was mentioned as the reagent but the amounts used agree for silver acetate which also is given as the reagent in the introduction of the paper. E. Hardegger and J. de Pascual, Helv. Chim. Acta, 81, 281 (1948), for a discussion of the configuration at carbon atom one.

Pryde, E. L. Hirst and R. W. Humphreys, J . Chem. , 127, 348 (1925). This Page Intentionally Left Blank THE SYNTHESIS OF OLIGOSACCHARIDES BY W. L. EVANS, D. D. REYNOLDSAND E. A. TALLEY The Ohio State University, Eastman Kodak Company, Eastern Regional Research Columbus, Ohio Rochester, New York Laboratory, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Philadelphia, Pennsylvanaa CONTENTS I. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 1. Definition . . .

65 g. The Wohl-ZemplBn Degradation IV. V. VI. VII. . . . . . . . 58 . . . . . . . 59 67 70 I. INTRODUCTION The synthesis of oligosaccharides has played an important part in the development of carbohydrate chemistry. In the early days, the laboratory workers were interested mainly in preparing those compounds which normally resulted from living processes. They proved that a so-called “vital force” was not necessary for the production of these 27 28 W.

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