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Templated enantioselective photocatalysis

Andreas Bauer / Rafael Alonso Ruiz
Published Online: 2018-11-24 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/psr-2017-0169

Abstract

This review summarizes results in the field of hydrogen-bond templated enantioselective photochemistry. It covers both the stoichemiometric use of templates derived from Kemp’s triacid as well as photocatalytic methods to achieve high enantioselectivities in photochemical processes.

Keywords: enantioselectivity; photochemistry; stereocontrol; catalysis; dual catalysis; energy transfer; photoelectron transfer; hydrogen bonds; template; Kemp’s triacid

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