Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 9, Issue 3, pp 302–304 | Cite as

The use of the intramolecular nuclear Overhauser effect to establish the positions of substituents in the aromatic nuclei of the alkaloids majoridine and O-acetyl-N-methyllochnerine

  • M. R. Yagudaev
  • V. M. Malikov
  • S. Yu. Yunusov
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Summary

The use of the NOE method has permitted the unambiguous determination of the position of the OCH3 groups at C10 in the aromatic nuclei of majoridine and of O-acetyl-N-methyllochnerine and has thereby shown the possibility of using this method for determining the position of substituents in the benzene rings of the N-methylindoline and indole alkaloids.

Keywords

Alkaloid Indole Aromatic Proton Indole Alkaloid Indoline 

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  • M. R. Yagudaev
  • V. M. Malikov
  • S. Yu. Yunusov

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