Asymmetric Phase Transfer Catalysis

  • ID: 2326675
  • Book
  • 228 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Asymmetric phase transfer catalysis is an emerging topic in the field of organocatalysis and more fascinating asymmetric reactions by organocatalysis are definitely expected in the near future. In contrast to ordinary metal–catalyzed reactions, phase transfer catalysis has several advantages, including its water–tolerable properties with operational simplicity by using environmentally–benign catalysts, and the easy separation of products due to its biphasic nature.

Edited by the leading expert on the topic, this timely book provides valuable information not available elsewhere, with top contributors sharing the latest developments in this exciting field. Alongside the theoretical aspects, they cover laboratory protocols as well as applications of the process chemistry and chiral technology in industry.

A must for every synthetic chemist in academia and industry.
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The Basic Principle of Phase Transfer Catalysis and Some of the Mechanistic Aspects

Cinchona–derived Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Amino Acid Synthesis

Cinchona–derived Chiral Phase–Transfer Catalysts for Other Asymmetric Synthesis

Cinchona–derived Chiral Poly (Phase Transfer Catalysts) for Asymmetric Synthesis

Binaphthyl– and Biphenyl–modified Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis

Two–center Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis

Other Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis

Crown Ethers, Taddol, Nobin and Metal(salen) Complexes as Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis

Chiral Quaternary Ammonium Fluorides for Asymmetric Synthesis

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Keiji Maruoka
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