Green Approaches To Asymmetric Catalytic Synthesis by Angela Patti PDF

By Angela Patti

ISBN-10: 940071453X

ISBN-13: 9789400714533

Nowadays, chirality is generally permitted as an immense think about molecular attractiveness techniques and the organic job of many pharmaceutical medications and agrochemicals; this can be proven by means of the continual desire for artificial tools which bring about unmarried or enriched enantiomers of such compounds.

By featuring a evaluate of many of the and extra lately built ways for either metal-transition and organocatalysis, this quantity describes the improvement of “greener” uneven reactions which protect stereoselectivity.

The writer summarizes the extraordinary volume of study that has been collected inside of this box into 3 chapters targeting: i)the seek of other catalysts, ii) substitute solvents, and iii) replacement artificial suggestions and methods. for every subject, the basics and a few worthwhile functions are discussed.

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Although several transition-metal based catalysts are nowadays routinely used in the preparation of chiral fine chemicals, further improvements in a ‘‘green’’ direction are possible in order to overcome the drawbacks related with the generation of metal residues and organic solvent wastes, the use of special equipments to ensure dry and inert reaction conditions, the costs connected with some precious metals and the synthesis of enantiopure ligands. In this context, the availability of even more active and selective ligands can allow lower catalyst loading and simplification in the purification steps for the products with direct consequences on waste reduction.

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17). After these two pioneering researches an explosion of papers appeared in the literature witnessing the interest of organic chemists toward ‘‘organocatalysis’’, a term coined to indicate catalysis promoted by low molecular weight organic molecules, that has then emerged as a powerful strategy complementary to metalbased asymmetric catalysis. Organocatalysts meet several criteria established in green chemistry since they are non-toxic, stable to air and moisture with consequent operational simplicity and, in many cases, are available from natural sources or easy to prepare at relatively low cost.

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