Effect of 1-Deoxy-d-lactose upon the Crystallization of d-Lactose
journal contributionposted on 05.11.2008 by Kevin P. Guiry, Simon J. Coles, Humphrey A. Moynihan, Simon E. Lawrence
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The synthesis and crystal structure of 1-deoxy-d-lactose is described, as is its use as an additive in the crystallization of d-lactose. This has resulted in the formation of αβ-d-lactose for the first time at room temperature. Single-crystal analysis shows differences between this analysis and the structure previously obtained from powder data, particularly in the hydrogen-bonding patterns.