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Unkeless and P. Goldman, Mol. , 1971,7, 293. K. F. Turchin, M. N. Preobrazhenskaya, Yu. N. Sheinker, and N. N. Suvorov, Zhur. org. , 1971, 7 , 1290. f61 4 Chemical Studies of Amino-acids A. lsa Although the first issue contained only a limited amount on amino-acids (assignment of configuration), the series offers a further source of information on amino-acid chemistry. Each year a great deal of research is published on the chemistry of amino-acids and their derivatives, much of it in relation to peptide synthesis, and this is presented elsewhere in this Report; the remainder is undertaken for a wide variety of reasons and it is therefore inevitable that this section is something of a miscellany.
Spectra obtained are essentially identical. r. studies on radicals produced by radiolysis support the generally established pathways for the reaction of amino-acids with OH radicals and hydrated e l e c t r ~ n s , l ~and ~ - in ~ ~the ~ aqueous alkaline solution of all the amino-acids investigated, radicals of the type (59) were 0 b ~ e r v e d . l ~ ~ Similar observations were made on the radicals produced with Ti3+-H202 at pH 9-12, and in this case the temperature-dependent proton hyperfine splitting from the amino-hydrogens was noted and interpreted in terms of lS9 lg4 lg6 le6 lsB 2oo T.