Conformational control in previtamin d photochemistry by heterogeneous reaction media
The possibility of conformational control realization in the reaction of previtamin D photosynthesis in vitro was examined. The sharp changes in the kinetics of provitamin D photoisomerization in some heterogeneous media were attributed to the removal of previtamin D conformational equilibrium by the restriction of its intramolecular rotation. It was found that the quantitative evaluation of the reaction medium effect on the specific previtamin D reaction channels requires consideration of the irreversible photoconversions.
KeywordsRelative Optical Density Kinetic Dependency Conformational Equilibrium Prolonged Irradiation Planar Conformer
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