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Chemical Constituents from Caesalpinia férrea: Identification and 1H and 13C Resonance Assignment

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In a phytochemical investigation of Caesalpinia ferrea (Leguminosae), four aromatic compounds (1-4) have been isolated and identified. Their structures have been assigned based on data provided by spectroscopic techniques, including 2D NMR experiments. Compounds 3 and 4 are being reported for the first time for Cesalpina ferrea.

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Magalhães, I. , Pinto, F. , Filho, R. , Ferreira, D. , de Lemos, T. and Monte, F. (2014) Chemical Constituents from Caesalpinia férrea: Identification and 1H and 13C Resonance Assignment. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 5, 688-694. doi: 10.4236/ajac.2014.510077.

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