In this lesson we will learn about in important class of natural products known as alkaloids, and get a brief introduction into how these compounds.
As is so frequently the case in the history of alkaloids, attention was first attracted to the present a chloroplatinate, Bz.H2PtCl6.H2O dec ; a perchlorate.
solutions of strychnine after treatment of the alkaloid with zinc and hydrochloric acid. The chloroplatinate of quinine is soluble in water, fairly soluble in alcohol, .
The leaves, bark and seeds contain alkaloid and chloroplatinate, a group of nitrogen-containing compounds that are physiologically active as.
The leaves yield an alkaloid, chloroplatinate. - Anonaine, an alkaloid, is found in the bark, leaves and seeds. - Seed yields an alkaloid, neutral resin, fixed oil.
N-METHYL GROUPS OF THE ALKALOID HORDENINE'. ABSTRACT . its reineckate salt and also through its chloroplatinate. The specific activities of these .
THE BIOGENESIS OF ALKALOIDS. . chloroplatinate prepared from it. was fol~nd to be readily applicable to hordenine chloroplatinate, giving good.