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Premium Chemoenzymatic Dynamic Kinetic Resolution of Alcohols and Amines (Eur. J. Org. Chem. 6/2010)
Lee Jin Hee,
Han Kiwon,
Kim MahnJoo,
Park Jaiwook
Publication year2010
Publication title
european journal of organic chemistry
Resource typeJournals
PublisherWILEY‐VCH Verlag
Abstract The cover picture shows the synthesis of optically active esters and amides by chemoenzymatic dynamic kinetic resolution (DKR) from racemic alcohols and amines, respectively. Racemic substrates are transformed into single enantiomeric products by the combination of metal‐catalyzed racemization and enzymatic acylation. The background is “The Hands of Win‐Win” of Homigot, 22 km east of Pohang along the East Sea of Korea. Many people visit Homigot to see the hands and the sun rise. The hands are chiral and racemic. The Microreview by M.‐J. Kim, J. Park et al. on p. 999 ff describes the DKR of racemic alcohols and amines by emphasizing the characteristics of the racemization catalysts developed so far.
Subject(s)acylation , catalysis , chemistry , enantiomer , enantiomeric excess , enantioselective synthesis , kinetic resolution , organic chemistry , racemization , stereochemistry
SCImago Journal Rank0.825

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