Authors: Severin K
Imprinted polymers with transition metal catalysts.
Publication date: 2000
Journal: Current Opinion in Chemical Biology
Abstract: The microenvironment of immobilized transition metal catalysts can be manipulated using catalyst-substrate conjugates in combination with the technology of molecular imprinting. Recent results have shown that catalysts with a significantly enhanced activity combined with an improved substrate-, regio- and enantioselectivity can be prepared in this way. These artificial systems resemble metalloenzymes because the catalytic transformation is effectively controlled by a well- defined second coordination sphere
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