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Acta, I S , 1199 (1946). 72 CHnOSO&,H, CHZSCN CHa HA07 -+ -AH H l b HhOJ I-OhH2 LXXXV LXXXVI HA0 CHa+ 1 HI L O LXXXVII (71) R. M. Hann, N. K. Richtmyer, H. W. Diehl and C. S. Hudson, J . Am. Chem. , 12, 561 (1950). (72) R. M. Hann, A. T. Ness and C. S. Hudson, J . Am. Chem. , 60,670 (1944) 111. Uidemxy-D-glucitol Tetraacetyl-%methyl-Dglucose diethyl thioacetal to tetraacetyl-2methyl-l-desoxy-D-glucitol Ethyl tetraacetylthiostreptobiosaminidediethyl thioacetal to tetraacetyldidesoxydihydrostreptobiosamine Same Same Abs.
111. Synthesis of Sucrose through the Mechanism of Phosphorolysis.. . . . . IV. Specificity of Sucrose Phospliorylase. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Synthetic Non-reducing Disnccharides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. Synthetic Sucrose.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a. Preparation of the Enzymatic Extract from Pseudomonas saccharophila . . . . . . . . . . . . b. Enzymatic Synthesis and Isolation of Synthetic Sucrose.
Hauenstein and T. Reichatein, Helv. Chim. Ada, 92, 22 (1949). (66) M. L. Wolfrom and J. V. Karabinos, J . Am. Chem. , 68,724, 1455 (1946). (66) Personal communication from Dr. J. V. Karabinos. Subsequent work on the reduction of steroid acids by Spero, McIntosh and Levin (ref. 12) has shown that Raney nickel partially deactivated by acetone is particularly suitable for the desulfurization of thiol esters to aldehydes. DESULFURIZATION BY RANEY NICKEL 23 freshly prepared material ; almost simultaneous work by Jeger, Norymberski, Szpilfogel and Preloge7 showed that fresh Raney nickel readily carries the thiol ester over to the alcohol stage.