Natural products related to phenanthrene by Louis F. Fieser

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Previous edition published under the title "Chemistry of natural products related to phenanthrene", by L.F. Fieser.

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Statementby Louis F. Fieser and mary Fieser.
SeriesMonograph series / American Chemical Society -- no.70
ContributionsFieser, Mary.
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Open LibraryOL13757495M

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Description: xii, pages. Series Title: Monograph series (American Chemical Society), no. Responsibility: by Louis F. Fieser and Mary Fieser.

It is a curious fact that many hormones, sterols and bile acids which are so important to health and well-being are related chemically to the rather simple coal tar hydrocarbon, phenanthrene.

This book sums up present knowledge of these substances and includes chapters on cardiac glycosides, morphine and related alkaloids, saponins, steroid alkaloids and steroid metabolism.

OCLC Number: Notes: Blank pages for "Memoranda" ([6] at end). Description: xiv,[6] pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The chemistry of phenanthrene and some instances of the occurrence of phenanthrene and hydrophenanthrene derivatives --Resin acids --Cancer-producing hydrocarbons --Sterols and bile acids --Sex hormones --Heart poisons --Saponins.

Those who desire to keep abreast of the rapid and extremely important developments in the chemistry of the estrogens, androgens, cardiac glucosides, bile acids, carcinogenic substances and the like will find this book indispensable.

It contains in readily available form material not. Although phenanthrenes are considered to constitute a relatively small group of natural products, discovering new phenanthrene derivatives and evaluating their prospective biological activities have become of great interest to many research groups worldwide.

Based on references, this review covers the phytochemistry and pharmacology of naturally occurring phenanthrenes that have Cited by: AbstractA new phenanthrene, bobulretin A (1), and a new 9,dihydrophenanthrene, bobulretin B (2) along with four known bibenzyls (3–6) were isolated from the whole plants of Bulbophyllum retusiusculum.

Natural products related to phenanthrene book Their structures were elucidated by means of extensive spectroscopic analysis. Bobulretin B (2), isolated as enantiomer mixture with unequal proportions, was verified by analysis on a chiral Cited by: 1.

Crude oils and many refined products generally contain significant amounts of PAHs, particularly, the alkylated homologues (APAHs) of naphthalene, phenanthrene, dibenzothiophene, fluorene, pyrene, and chrysene. The environmental effects and impacts of PAHs from oil spills have been widely regarded as a serious concern.

Phenanthrene (Fig. 9) is a PAH listed on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) priority e of its lipophilicity, phenanthrene would be readily absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and transferred to the lungs [47,48].For example, C radiolabeled phenanthroline was detected in the bloodstream 1–3 h postingestion in pigs [49].

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highly competitive area. Fieser's Natural Products Related to Phenanthrene in its various editions proved to be invaluable as a source book and reference, particularly its fourth edi-tion, renamed Steroids with a corresponding change in em-phasis.

At the same time Fieser himself contributed to the. Although phenanthrenes are considered to constitute a relatively small group of natural products, discovering new phenanthrene derivatives and evaluating their prospective biological activities.

Edition: 3d ed. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Reinhold, Description: xii, p. Language: English Other Subject(s): Phenanthrene Notes: 1st-2d eds. issued under title: The chemistry of natural products related to phenanthrene. Bibliographical footnotes.

NLM ID: R[Book]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Reinhold Publishing Corp. [c] Description: xvii, p. ill. Language: English MeSH: Steroids* Notes: Extension of the authors' Natural products related to phenanthrene (3d ed., ) NLM ID: R[Book].

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Phenanthrene CAS Number: What is phenanthrene. Phenanthrene is one of a group of chemicals called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, PAHs for short. PAHs are often found together in groups of two or more.

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Phenanthrene is a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon composed of three fused benzene rings. The name 'phenanthrene' is a composite of phenyl and its pure form, it is found in cigarette smoke and is a known irritant, photosensitizing skin to light.

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2,7-Dihydroxy-3,6-dimethoxyphenanthrene is a phenanthrene from Dehaasia longipedicellata. Phenanthrene occurs in fossil fuels and is present in products of incomplete combustion.

Some of the known sources of phenanthrene in the atmosphere are vehicular emissions, coal and oil burning, wood combustion, coke plants, aluminum plants, iron and steel works, foundries, municipal incinerators, synfuel plants, and oil shale plants (U.S.

EPA. The 2D chemical structure image of PHENANTHRENE is also called skeletal formula, which is the standard notation for organic molecules. The carbon atoms in the chemical structure of PHENANTHRENE are implied to be located at the corner(s) and hydrogen atoms attached to carbon atoms are not indicated – each carbon atom is considered to be associated with enough hydrogen.

Phenanthrene-d10, analytical standard. Phenanthrene D10 10 microg/mL in Acetone. FT Phenanthrene D10 10 microg/mL in Cyclohexane. Phenanthrene D10 microg/mL in Acetonitrile. Phenanthrene-d10, 98 atom % D, 98% (CP) C J Phenanthrene-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,d Phenanthrene D10 microg/mL in Methyl-tert-butyl ether.

Erratum: Revised Section F: Natural products and related compounds (IUPAC Recommendations ) (Pure and Applied Chemistry () 71 ()) one (1) CO-aporphine, two (2) phenanthrene. Phenanthrene-d10; Phenanthrene-d10; Phenanthrene-D10; Phenanthrene-9,l0-d2; Other names: Phenanthren; Phenanthrin; Phenantrin Permanent link for this species.

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Phenanthrene-d10; Phenanthrene-d10; Isotopologues: Phenanthrene-9,l0-d2; Phenanthrene; Other names: Phenanthrene, perdeutero-; [2H10]Phenanthrene Information on this page: Notes; Other data available: Phase change data; Gas phase ion energetics data; IR Spectrum; Mass spectrum (electron ionization) Gas Chromatography; Options: Switch to calorie Missing: Natural products.

Phenanthrene (Phe), a noncarcinogenic PAH, was used as a surrogate of benzo[a]pyrene and related PAHs to study the metabolic activation of PAHs in smokers. A dose of 10 ug of deuterated Phe ([D10]Phe) was administered to 25 healthy smokers in a crossover design, either as an oral solution or by smoking cigarettes containing [D10]Phe.Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds as Emerging Water Pollutants: Toxicological Aspects of Phenanthrene on Aquatic Animals: /ch Aquatic ecosystems are pivotal resources that nurture diverse life forms apart from providing different ecosystem services.

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