Azobenzene-p-benzoyl derivatives of cl-cl-glucose and B-d-glucose, fructose, galactose, lactose, maltose, sucrose, trehalose, gentiobiose and cellobiose have been prepared. They have been analized for per cent of azoyl and their specific rotations in chloroform determined. The chromatographic separation of d-d-glucose and fructose azoates as described by Reich has been repeated using silicic acid as an adsorbent. Using a mixture of "magnesol" and "dicalite" as an adsorbent the following separations have also been made: lactose and galactose, sucrose and d-d-glucose, trehalose and B-d-glucose.
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Coleman, George H. and Farnham, Alford G.
"Azoyl Derivatives of Sugars and Separation by Chromatographic Adsorption (Abstract),"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 48:
, Article 47.
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