13C-N.M.R. study of the conformation of helical complexes of amylodextrin and of amylose in solution.


Amylose (average d.p. 1000) and amylodextrin (average d.p. 25) have identical 13C-n.m.r. spectra, except for some minor signals from the small amount of alpha-1----6 branch linkages present in amylodextrin. Amylodextrin can be obtained as stable solutions in much higher concentrations than amylose and so requires only 1/100th as many scans to obtain a… (More)


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