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This material is supplementary to Volume I, page 94. 31 32 LEO MARION The reduction product consists of a mixture of l-hygroline and Z-pseudohygroline which are separated by the fractional crystallization of their picrates. The base liberated from the more soluble picrate is converted to the benzoyl derivative and further purified by repeated crystallization of its chlorplatinate. p. 7' (water) (3). IV. , and also by paper chromatography in Datura strumonium L. (4). The alkaloid (XXV) had been synthesized by Spath and Tuppy ( 5 ) , but the synthesis involved the dry distillation of a salt of (N-methyl-a-pyrry1)-acetic acid.
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