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Reduction of Chlorophyllides, Chlorophylls and Chlorophyll Derivatives by Sodium Borohydride.
  • A. Holt
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Plant physiology
  • 1 May 1959
Sodium borohydride is a well known reducing agent. In methanol at room temperature formyl and keto groups are readily reduced to alcohol groups, while ester and carboxyl groups, carbon-carbon andExpand
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A PROPOSED STRUCTURE FOR CHLOROPHYLL d
Treatment of chlorophyll a or methyl chlorophyllide a with potassium permanganate effected oxidation of the 2-vinyl group without concomitant oxidation of the cyclopentanone ring. One of the productsExpand
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Infra-Red Absorption Spectra of Chlorophylls and Derivatives.
We have measured the infra-red absorption spectra of chlorophyll and some of its derivatives in order to obtain information useful for eventual understanding of reversible transformations of thisExpand
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LIGHT‐INDUCED ABSORBANCY CHANGES IN EIMHJELLEN'S RHODOPSEUDOMONAS*
Abstract— Light induced absorbancy changes in Rhodopseudomonas sp. NHTC 133 are analogous to those observed in other photosynthetic bacteria, but all of the features in the light‐induced differenceExpand
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Reversible Bleaching of Chlorophyll in vivo.
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Recently Characterized Chlorophylls
Publisher Summary This chapter highlights chlorophylls that have been characterized most recently. It focuses on chlorophyll d and chlorobium chlorophylls 650 and 660, whose structures have beenExpand
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