Authors: Koh JH
, Larsen AO
, White PS
, Gagné MR
Disparate roles of chiral ligands and molecularly imprinted cavities in asymmetric catalysis and chiral poisoning.
Publication date: 2002
Abstract: The activation of molecularly imprinted metal complexes generates Lewis acid catalysts for the ene reaction, each of which contains a chiral diphosphine ligand and a chiral BINOL- shaped cavity. Poisoning experiments with (R)- and (S)-BINAM indicate that while the chiral cavity can differentiate the chiral poisons, it is the chiral diphosphine ligand which controls the enantioselectivity of the ene product
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