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¹O₂-Oxidation of Dithranol to Chrysazin

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-156619
Müller, K. ; Mayer, K.K. ; Wiegrebe, Wolfgang
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 06 Jul 2010 08:45


Abstract

Raab's biochemically active species, derived from dithranol (1), is the anion 1a (Sect. A), which is a photosensitizer. Its sensitizing potency is quantitatively compared with that of rose bengal, tetraphenylporphyrine and other sensitizers (Sect. B). In Sect. C the mechanism of the conversion of 1a with 1Δg1802 to chrysazin (2) is elucidated. Raab's biochemisch aktives Dithranol(l)-Derivat ist ...

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