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Electrocoagulation of Quinone Pigments
AbstractSome representative quinones, viz. one naphthoquinone (plumbagin) and five anthraquinones (alizarin, purpurin, chrysazin, emodin, and anthrarufin), were subjected to electrocoagulation. It was found that the rate and extent of coagulation of these compounds appears to correlate with the number and relative position of their phenolic substituent groups, and that all of the coagulated quinones could be recovered. Attempts were then made to electrochemically isolate three quinones, namely plumbagin, morindone and erythrolaccin, from natural sources.
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Chairungsi, N.; Jumpatong, K.; Suebsakwong, P.; Sengpracha, W.; Phutdhawong, W.; Buddhasukh, D. Electrocoagulation of Quinone Pigments. Molecules 2006, 11, 514-522.View more citation formats
Chairungsi N, Jumpatong K, Suebsakwong P, Sengpracha W, Phutdhawong W, Buddhasukh D. Electrocoagulation of Quinone Pigments. Molecules. 2006; 11(7):514-522.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chairungsi, Neeranuch; Jumpatong, Kanlaya; Suebsakwong, Patiwat; Sengpracha, Waya; Phutdhawong, Weerachai; Buddhasukh, Duang. 2006. "Electrocoagulation of Quinone Pigments." Molecules 11, no. 7: 514-522.
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