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Amer. Chem. , 1951, 73, 1336. 24 (Ro n-C4H9 l; I - ) (NoOH) 2- hydroxyheptono1c (Ron-C 5 H11 ) Yl6 ; I - ) ( Na OH ) 2- hydroxyocta no1c' A 1. 24 ( R' n - C6 H 13 ) Class 2a, 2b Miscellaneous compounds; tetralins, indanols etc. I ~ ____::___ OH [ 2] :::::..... I. ( 15, 251-1+11,2 dihydro - 1,2 d1hydroxyno phtholene [2] 2 . (15,251-1 - 1 1, 2d 1hydroxy tetral1 n d1OAc (+I 3. [4] [J] :::::..... § (51-1-1 1,2,3,4tetrahydro- 2- naphthol. X 4 . 151-1-llndane -1carboxyllc ac1d A50 H ~ OAc(-1 5 . I 51 -I- subst 1tu ted 1ndanes X ~ OH I + I X ~ OAc I - I X~NHzl+ l X~NHAcl+ l H : 7 0 ~--~ VJ [6 ] O / HOCO~-OHH HOCO~ 7 (I R,2 5)-(+I1,2- 6.

G. Gottarelli and B. Samori, Tetrahedron Letters, 1970, 2055. D. R. Oark and H. S. Mosher,J. Org. , 1970, 35, 1114. 29 0,_ N I I C- : CH3 I H 15. I R)- (-) 216. (51-(-11- (3-pyr~dy ll­ phenylbutync ac1d ethonol RD; [9] A41, A61, T30, T31, T38, T57, T58, K5, Kl6, K24, Yl, Y4, Yl4, Yl6, Y27, X5, X8, X9 14. (51-(-15-hydroxy- CO; o o o o-• OH I AS ( H I I- · - · --·- · - · ~ · - · - oH COOH . C[/](5) v__r ~~ - -- -- -------·- -- -- -- -- ·- ·- ·- - · - ·- ·- ·- ·- · I I I I (C Hzi 3COOH I I ~ C(5) ~ - NHz I ~- NHz~ I I I II.

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