Frequencies and integral intenstities of the lactone and ester carbonyls of natural guaianolides View Full Text


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1987-11-01

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É. L. Kristallovich, I. D. Sham'yanov, M. R. Yagudaev, V. M. Malikov

ABSTRACT

The frequencies and integral intensities of the IR bands of the stretching vibrations of lactone and acyclic ester carbonyls at C-8 of ten natural guaianolides and their derivatives, and of three model compounds have been studied. The most probable interpretation of the change in the value of AνC=O and νC=O of the lactone carbonyl have been suggested. In elegin and some of its derivatives, acroptilin, chlorohyssopifolin B, and eleganin, a lowering of the values of AνC=0 and νC=0 in comparison with dihydroelegin, hexahydroelegin, and the hydroxylactone of cynaropicrin is caused by nonvalent interactions of the lactone carbonyl with the α-exocyclic double bond. The increase in AνC=O and νC=O in dihydroelegin, hexahydroelegen, and the hydroxylactone of cynaropicrin is due to the angular strain of the γ-lactone ring. It has been shown that in an acyclic side chain at C-8 an increase in the integral intensity and in the frequency of the α,β-unsaturated ester carbonyl relative to guaianolides in which the terminal vinyl group at C-17 is absent is due to a conjugation effect. More... »

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668-672

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