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Stickstoffhaltige Kohlenhydrate

  • Géza Zemplén

Zusammenfassung

Konstitution: Die Tatsache, daß das Lykoperdin und Chitosan dieselbe Jodreaktion und die Salze der beiden Substanzen sehr ähnliche charakteristische Krystallform zeigen, läßt vermuten, daß den beiden, und auch dem Chitin ähnliche Konstitution zukommt. — Man könnte sich vorstellen, daß im Chitosan oder Chitin eme Bindungsweise
vorhanden ist. Tatsächlich konnten Ko take und Sera1) aus dem Chitin durch Säurehydrolyse, dann Phosphorwolframsäurefällung eine geringe Menge Substanz erhalten, welche ebensogut wie Lykoperdin eine schöne Biuretreaktion gibt.

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  • Géza Zemplén
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