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L. Eliel, N. L. Allinger, S. J. Angyal, and G . A. Momson, Conformational Analysis, Wiley, New York, 1965. J. F. Stoddart, Stereochemistry of Carbohydrates, Wiley-Interscience, New York, 197 1. N. S. Zefirov, Tetrahedron, 33 (1977) 3193-3202. J. T. Edward, Chem. Ind. (London), (1955) 1102- 1104. U. Lemieux, in P. ),Molecular Rearrangements, Vol. 2, Interscience,New York, 1964, pp. 709-769. (6) R. U. Lemieux, A. A. Pavia, J. C. Martin, and K. A. , Can. J. , 47 (1969) 4427 -4439. (7) R. U. Lemieux and A.

H. Einspahr, and C. E. Bugg, Acfa Crystallogr.. Sect. B, 35 (1979) 828-832. ( 1 16) T. Taga, Y. Kuroda, and M. Ohashi, Bull. Chem. , 51 (1978) 2278-2282; T. Taga, Y. Kuroda, and K. , 50 (1977) 3079-3083. ( I 17) S. J. Angyal, D. Greeves, and L. Littlemore, Carbohydr. , 174 ( 1988) I2 1 - 13 1. (1 18) T. Taga and K. Osaki, Bull. Chem. Soc. , 49 ( 1976) 15 17 - 1520. STEPHEN J. ANGYAL 32 Alginate is a polymer consisting of a-L-gulopyranosyluronateand p-Dmannopyranosyluronate subunits; pectate consists of a-D-galactopyranosyluronate units, all (1 +4)-linked.

Smith, and D. , 32 (1973) 195-198. (125) A. Haug and 0. Smidsrd, Acta Chem. , 24 (1970) 843-854. 34 STEPHEN J. ANGYAL The reason for this differencein binding strength may lie in the ability of S? and Ba2+to coordinate with a greater number of oxygen atoms in poly(guluronate) than in poly(galacturonate). -~-gulopyranosyluronate-a-L-gulopyranuronate, which is the dimeric subunit of alginate; this study has, apparently, not yet been carried out. The segment of alginate consisting of p-D-mannopyranosyluronateunits plays little part in gel formation.

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