By Alfred Hassner
Enantioselective artificial tools will not be purely within the vanguard of chemical and pharmaceutical learn yet task during this sector is continually expanding. it's influenced via the urgency to procure medications or compounds of medicinal curiosity as unmarried anantiomers, and the keeness to synthesize typical items in nonracemic shape. This quantity offers seven chapters from pioneers and professionals during this quickly increasing box.
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G. g. g. g. e. deprotonation of cyclic ketones having C^ symmetry with chiral lithium amide bases, will be the focal point of this account. g. ^^'^^ A more complete, although still simplistic, picture of the reaction is shown in Scheme 2. The lithium amide behaves as a Lewis acid and complexes to the C = 0 group to form 4. Proton transfer via a cyclic transition state follows and another complex 5 is generated (only one of the two different possible regio- or diastereoisomeric forms of 5 is shown; transfer of H,^ would, of course, generate the other isomer).
Advances in Asymmetric Synthesis, Volume 3, Volume 3 (Advances in Asymmetric Synthesis) by Alfred Hassner