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Photolysis of unsaturated fatty acid hydroperoxides 3. products from the aerobic decomposition of methyl 13s hydroperoxy 9z 11e octadecadienoate dissolved in methanol






Chemistry and Physics of Lipids 41(2): 101-116

Photolysis of unsaturated fatty acid hydroperoxides 3. products from the aerobic decomposition of methyl 13s hydroperoxy 9z 11e octadecadienoate dissolved in methanol

In the presence of oxygen, UV-irradiation of a solution of methyl 13(S)-hydroperoxy-9(Z), 11(E)-octadecadienoate (13-HPOD) in methanol yields stereoisomers of methyl 9,13-dihydroxy-10-methoxy-11(E)-octadecenoate and methyl 9,13-dihydroxy-12-methoxy-10(E)-octadecenoate as major products. The reaction pathway to the products was established by photolysis experiments with labeled 13-HPOD and with intermediates of the reaction route. When methanol was substituted by water in the reaction system, the corresponding trihydroxyoctadecenoic acids were formed. This was confirmed by aerobic photolysis of 13-HPOD (free acid) dissolved in water. Threo and erythro methyl 12,13-epoxy-11-hydroxy-9(Z)-octadecenoates belong to the minor compounds formed during aerobic photolysis of the 13-HPOD in methanol. Labeling experiments indicated that the threo compound resulted mainly from a rearrangement of the 13-HPOD while the erythro compound is mainly formed via secondary hydroperoxidation.

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