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Im Similar results were ~btained'~' with 3-deoxy-~-manno-2-octulosonicacid (KDO). 132 This short discussion illustrates that there is still much to be learnt about the complexing behavior of acidic polysaccharides. IV. APPLICATIONS 1. l I Tables of Mi values in buffered calcium acetate as s u p porting electrolyte have been published for some 150 carbohydrates(cyclitols, sugars, and methyl glycosides,l 3 alditols,48 and anhydrohe~osesl~). Some typical values are shown in Table V. c. c. they move rapidly and produce more diffuse spots.
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Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry 47 by R. Stuart Tipson and Derek Horton (Eds.)