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Effects of trans Ü-hydroxyl groups in alkaline degradation of glycosidic bonds

R. M. Rowell

Effects of trans Ü-hydroxyl groups in alkaline degradation of glycosidic bonds

by R. M. Rowell

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cellulose -- Biodegradation,
  • Hydrolysis,
  • Scission (Chemistry)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by R.M. Rowell and J. Green].
    SeriesResearch paper FPL -- 188.
    ContributionsGreen, J.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17615002M
    OCLC/WorldCa52148797

      When used as fillers in polymer composites, the thermostability of cellulose crystals is important. Sulfate groups, introduced during hydrolysis with sulfuric acid, are suspected to diminish the thermostability. To elucidate the relationship between the hydrolysis conditions, the number of sulfate groups introduced, and the thermal degradation behavior of cellulose crystals, bacterial. IN order to provide a test of the different mechanisms proposed for the alkaline degradation of disulphide groups in proteins, the amino-acid α,α′-dimethylcystine (I) has been synthesized and.

    Abstract The alkaline degradation of o-glucose in aqueous Ca(OH) 2 at °C resulted in a complex mixture of more than 50 compounds, including parasaccharinic acid, that were identified by GLC-MS. The effect of reactant concentrations on the alkaline reaction products was studied by varying the concentration of glucose (%, w/w). Without the phosphate group, the nucleobase and sugar compose a nucleoside. A nucleotide can thus also be called a nucleoside monophosphate. The phosphate groups form bonds with either the 2, 3, or 5-carbon of the sugar, with the 5-carbon site most common. .

      Inertness and the indiscriminate use of synthetic polymers leading to increased land and water pollution are of great concern. Plastic is the most useful synthetic polymer, employed in wide range of applications viz. the packaging industries, agriculture, household practices, etc. Unpredicted use of synthetic polymers is leading towards the accumulation of increased solid waste in the natural. Agarose is a polysaccharide obtained from some seaweeds, with a quite particular structure that allows spontaneous gelation. Agarose-based beads are highly porous, mechanically resistant, chemically and physically inert, and sharply hydrophilic. These features—that could be further improved by means of covalent cross-linking—render them particularly suitable for enzyme immobilization with.


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Effects of trans Ü-hydroxyl groups in alkaline degradation of glycosidic bonds by R. M. Rowell Download PDF EPUB FB2

EFFECTS OF TRANS GROUPS IN ALKALINE DEGRADATION OF GLYCOSIDIC BONDS -HYDROXYL. By R. ROWELL and J. GREEN, Chemist. Forest Products Laboratory. 1 Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture INTRODUCTION. Of the chemical pulp produced in the United States, 80 percent is produced by an alkaline.

Effects of trans [alpha]-hydroxyl groups in alkaline degradation of glycosidic bonds. Madison, Wis.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, (OCoLC) Peptide bonds have a planar trans configuration and undergo very little rotation or twisting around the amide bond that links the α-amino nitrogen of one amino acid to the carbonyl carbon of the next amino acid (Figure ).This effect is due to amido–imido tautomerization.

The partial double bond character of the N C bond in the transition state probably best represents what exists in nature. The alkaline degradation of d-glucose in aqueous Ca(OH)2 at °C resulted in a complex mixture of more than 50 compounds, including parasaccharinic acid, that.

The degradation of cellulose (a substantial component of low-and intermediate-level radioactive waste) under alkaline conditions occurs via two main processes: a peeling-off reaction and a base. The CS powder showed characteristic FTIR bands around cm−1 associated with the glycosidic bridges (C-O-C bonds) before and after lysozyme treatment for 10 weeks, which indicated no CS.

The positive effect of sodium borohydride in the alkaline pulping conditions can be accounted by selectively reducing the effect on the carbonyl groups of cellulose chains to alcohols [Istek.

In the case of T, the effect of the alkaline properties of the amine moiety in decreasing the rate of glycosidic bonds scissions has to be examined, as alkaline moieties are well-known to. Alkaline hydrolysis primes to creation of new reducing end groups that, in value, would allow thorough cellulose degradation.

In general, the degradation rate and the conformation of degradation end products are reliant on pH, existing cations, temperature, and redox circumstances.

Processing techniques. Isbell* has extended this rationale in predicting which of the bonds in glycon groupoxygen-jaglycon group may be expected to undergo cleavage during alkaline degradation.

Studies on the alkaline methanolysis of alkali-sensitive glycosides,12*20 which the in (16) H. Gehman, L. Kreider and W. Evans, f. Chem. Soc., 88, (). O-Glycosidic linkages between glycans and the β-hydroxyl groups of serine or threonine are readily hydrolyzed by dilute alkaline solutions ( to M sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide) under mild conditions (45 to 60 oC for 8 to 16 hours) leading to the liberation of Olinked glycans by the mechanism of β-elimination.

We present an ab initio study of the alkaline hydrolysis reaction of planar and pyramidal amides. The aim is to investigate the effect of C−N bond twisting and nitrogen pyramidalization on the rate of hydrolysis.

The transition states, intermediates, and products for the two steps of the reaction (hydroxide attack and breaking of the C−N bond) were characterized in the gas phase using the. 2 Degradation Reactions. Like any other polymer cellulose is susceptible to degradation.

Under the action of acids, alkalis, heat, radiation, ultraviolet light, and mechanical stress, cellulose is degraded by a variety of mechanisms.

Acid Degradation. The glycosidic linkage in cellulose is sensitive to acid-catalyzed hydrolysis. Amylases belong to a class of starch degrading enzymes that catalyze the breakdown of internal glycosidic bonds in polysaccharides with the retention of the anomeric configuration in the products.

As mentioned above, most amylases are metalloenzymes, which require calcium ions (Ca 2+) for their activity, structural integrity and stability [ 5 ]. Effects Of Alkaline And Acid Solutions On Glass/Epoxy Composites A.M. Amaro, P.N.B. Reis, M.A. Neto, C. Louro PII: S(13) DOI: /egradstab Reference: PDST To appear in: Polymer Degradation and Stability Received Date: 26 June Revised Date: 24 October Accepted Date: 27 December This manuscript presents a comprehensive literature review with the aim to provide readers a reference document with up-to-date information on the field of methanol use as a chemical marker.

It has been a little more than a decade since methanol was first introduced as a marker for assessing solid insulation condition in power transformers.

It all started when methanol was identified in the. The relative orientations between the two participating monosaccharide units are defined by two torsion angles ϕ and ψ around the glycosidic bonds, as shown in Figure When the glycosidic linkage is formed between C-1 of one residue and C-6 of another, there is an extra torsion angle, ω (Figure ).

0-Glycosyl and 0-phosphoryl groups, as well as disulfide bonds, are rapidly removed from proteins in alkaline solution primarily via β-elimination. The reaction is initiated by abstraction of the α-hydrogen of an amino acid residue by hydroxide ion.

Using the samples with the requisite high quality prepared by Gulland et al. and starting with solutions at pH 6–7, Gulland et al. followed the effects of progressive addition of either acid or alkali on, respectively, the amino groups (on the pyrimidines T and C and the purine A) or (what they believed) the enolic hydroxyl groups of T and.

Polygalacturonase (EC. ) is an enzyme that hydrolyzes the alpha-1,4 glycosidic bonds between galacturonic acid. In this study, an alkaline polygalacturonase producer Bacillus paralicheniformis CBS32 was isolated from kimchi (conventional Korean fermented food).

The 16S rRNA sequence analysis of the isolated strain revealed that it was % identical to B. paralicheniformis KJ. Since polysaccharides can be considered polycondensation products, their degradation, the reverse process, involves the hydrolysis of glycosidic bonds.

The process occurs randomly along the chains and ideally results in the formation of monosaccharides Alkaline hydrolysis causes chain scission of the polymer chain and decreases the average. But the degradation of hemicelluloses requires different enzymes system (acetyl xylan, esterases, α-glucuronidases, β-D-xylosidases, and Endo-1,4-β-xylanases) (Vazquez et al., ).

In general lignin-degrading enzymes have been divided into two major groups i.e. lignin-degrading auxiliary enzymes and lignin modifying enzymes.Cellulose as an important polysaccharide component of hemp (insoluble in water) is a long polymer built up of a great many d-anhydroglucopyranose units joined by β-1,4-glycosidic bonds.

The very easily formed intra- and intermolecular hydrogen bonds allow cellulose to function as a structural polymer occurring in various ordered crystalline.