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Synthesis of 6.7-9-trimethylflavine, lumilactoflavine


, : Synthesis of 6.7-9-trimethylflavine, lumilactoflavine. Ber. d. deutsch. chem. Gesellsch, 67: 1932,

Chemical and physical properties of intermediate products in the synthesis of trimethylflavine are described. 6.7.9-Trimethylflavine appears to be identical with lumilactoflavine in absorption spectrum and analysis (C13H12N4O2). It crystallized in orange yellow needles from formic acid.

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