The structure of cocculine and cocculidine
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1. The mass spectra of cocculine and cocculidine and of their derivatives, and the NMR spectrum of cocculine, have been studied.
2. It has been established that cocculine and cocculidine have the structures IIIa and IIIb, respectively.
KeywordsMass Spectrum Alkaloid Mass Spectrometric Study Deutero Structure IIIa
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