Enantiomerically Pure Compounds by Enantioselective Synthetic Chiral Metal Complexes

Frady Adly, Ashraf GHANEM

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Abstract

Historically, two approaches have been reported for achieving enantiomerically enriched compounds. The first approach is through asymmetric chemical transformations involving chiral pools, chiral auxiliaries, chiral reagents, and/or enantioselective catalysis/biocatalysis. 1 The second approach is through the preparation of the racemic mixture and the separation of enantiomers by means of chiral separation. 2 These two pathways, however, have their own disadvantages. While the former requires a suitable precursor—auxiliary, reagent, or catalyst—the latter is generally time consuming and yields only up to 50% of the desired enantiomer.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAsymmetric Synthesis of Drugs and Natural Products
EditorsAhindra Nag
Place of PublicationUSA
PublisherCRC Press
Chapter3
Pages75-131
Number of pages57
ISBN (Print)9781138033610, 9781315302300
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2018

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Synthetic metals
Enantiomers
Coordination Complexes
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Adly, F., & GHANEM, A. (2018). Enantiomerically Pure Compounds by Enantioselective Synthetic Chiral Metal Complexes. In A. Nag (Ed.), Asymmetric Synthesis of Drugs and Natural Products (pp. 75-131). USA: CRC Press.
Adly, Frady ; GHANEM, Ashraf. / Enantiomerically Pure Compounds by Enantioselective Synthetic Chiral Metal Complexes. Asymmetric Synthesis of Drugs and Natural Products. editor / Ahindra Nag. USA : CRC Press, 2018. pp. 75-131
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