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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp 195–212 | Cite as

Natural diaryl ethers

  • O. N. Tolkachev
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Abstract

In this review, on the basis of an analysis of voluminous literature material on natural phenolic compounds belonging to various structural types, the interrelationship between the dimeric molecules formed as the result of the oxidative coupling of the corresponding monomeric compounds is considered.

Keywords

Alkaloid Ellagic Acid Diphenyl Ether Xanthone Oxidative Coupling 

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