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Frontispiece: Catalyst Optimisation for Asymmetric Synthesis by Ligand Chirality Element Addition: A Perspective on Stereochemical Cooperativity

Frontispiece: Catalyst Optimisation for Asymmetric Synthesis by Ligand Chirality Element Addition: A Perspective on Stereochemical Cooperativity
Christopher J. Richards, Ross A. Arthurs
Stereochemical pairings within catalysts generated from the combination of a metal with an enantiopure ligand are examined. Specifically examples in which the ligand diastereoisomers examined for cooperativity are formally the result of the addition of a chiral element to an existing enantiopure ligand. Comparison of all three ligands in each of the fifty-six examples examined reveals that, in the majority of cases, the added element of chirality increases and decreases the enantioselectivity with respect to the parent ligand. For more details, see the Minireview by C. J. Richards and R. A. Arthurs on page 11460 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201784862

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