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Trescony, and G. R. Gray, Carbohydr. Res. 125, 301 (1984). 30 ANALYTICALMETHODS  linkages. Given below are the structures of the outer-chain mannans from these y e a s t s and the products expected to be produced by sequential perethylation and reductive cleavage. RZ 3 R2" R3"R4-R6~I:t 4 RZ-Ac, R3,R4-R6,Et 5 R3-A©,Ra, R4,R4-E! R3,R4, Et 7 R2-RG-A¢,R3tR4,,Et 8 R3tRG-A¢,R2=R4-1:I When reductive cleavage was carried out with TMSOTf as the catalyst, the expected 1,5-anhydro-D-mannitol derivatives were indeed obtained from all four mannans and they were formed in the expected molar ratios (Table I).