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Серкеров (Serkerov), Сираджеддин (Siradzheddin) Велиевич (Velievich); Иманлы (Imanly), Гилал (Gilal) Аршад оглу (Arshad oglu) (2015)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Angelica sachokiana, Apiaceae, extraction, chromatography, elution, Spectroscopy, coumarin, furokumariny, bergapten, xantho-toxin, pimpinella, ostrutol, IR, NMR spectra, chemical shift, Angelica sachokiana; Apiaceae; экстракция; хроматография; элюация; спектроскопия, кумарины, фурокумарины; бергаптен; ксантотоксин; пимпинеллин; острутол; ИК-, ЯМР- спектры; химсдвиг.
From the roots of Angelica sachokiana (Karjag.) M.Pimen. et V.Tikhomirov (Apiaceae Lindl.), collected in the phase of fruiting isolated four substances: C12H8O4, m.p.188–191 °C (I, IR: 1732, 1621, 1583 cm-1; 1H NMR: 6,30, d., J=9,65 Hz, H-4; 8,20, d., J=9,65 Hz, H-3, 7,30, s., H-8; 7,40 d., J=2,00 Hz, H-3'; 8,00, d., J=2,00 Hz, H-2'); C12H8O4, m.p. 145–146 °C (II, IR: 1730, 1630, 1600, 1560 cm-1; 1H NMR: 6,32, d., J=9,65 Hz, H-4; 7,73, d., J=9,65 Hz, H-3; 7,32, s., H-5, 6,80, d., J=2,00 Hz, H-3'; 7,60, d., J=2,00 Hz, H-2'); C13H10O5, m.p. 117–119 °C (III, IR: 1740, 1628, 1580, 1545 cm-1; 1H NMR: 3,95, c., CH3O–; 4,10, c., CH3–O–; 6,45, d., J=11,00 Hz, H-4; 8,15, d., J=11,00 Hz, H-3; 7,25, d., J=2,30 Hz, H-3'; 8,15 ppm, d., J=2,30 Hz, H-2') and C21H22O7, m.p. 136–137 °C (IV, IR: 3487, 1716, 1646, 1625, 1605, 1580, 1546 cm-1). Saponification with an alkali substance IV formed angelic acid oxypeucedanine hydrate that are identified on the basis of IR, 1H, 13C, 13C Dept 135 NMR spectra. On the basis of chemical and spectral data the substance I, II, III and IV identified as bergaptene, xanthotoxin, pimpinellin and ostruthol, respectively.
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