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64 In an earlier s y n t h e ~ i s , ~ ~ 2,3-isopropylidene-~-rhamnose was converted into the 1,5-dibenzyl ether (LX) by treatment with benzyl chloride and potassium hydroxide. T H8 0 < F O '\ H ; < > $($Me /o OMe OMe H, OH OMe OMe CMel LVII LVIII (3yH,OEIC E I$ o a H i Me O \ P OClH7 LIX CiHiOHC H$o$. Me OMe OC7H7 OMe CMel Lx LXI The isopropylidene residue was then removed with very dilute hydrochloric acid and the product converted into benzyl 2,3-dimethyl-5bensyl-L-rhamnofuranoside (LXI), from which the benzyl residues were eliminated by hydrogenation in the presence of palladium oxide.
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