Radical and Ion pairing Strategies in Asymmetric Organocatalysis

Considering the challenge of sustainability facing our society in the coming decades, catalysis is without any doubt a research area of major importance. In this regard, asymmetric organocatalysis, now considered a pillar of green chemistry, deserves particular attention. The first chapter of this volume examines the topic of asymmetric organocatalysis in light of radical chemistry. Recent important progress in this field has been attained by promoting the formation and harnessing the high reactivity of open-shell intermediates. Merging organocatalysis with radical chemistry has been the key to solving some longstanding bottlenecks, and has also significantly contributed to reinforcing the key role of organocatalysis in asymmetric catalysis. This chapter presents the most significant developments in this area, with a particular focus on asymmetric SOMO- and photoredox-organocatalyzed transformations. Chapter 2 focuses on quaternary ammonium salts (R4N+X-), especially chiral derivatives, and their behavior as unique catalysts in organocatalysis. Forming chiral ion-pairs capable of promoting asymmetric reactions, they also operate as unique “transporters involved in phase transfer catalytic processes between liquid–liquid or liquid–solid systems. Furthermore, they offer unique opportunities when forming cooperative ion-paired entities R4N+X-, allowing a synergistic implication of the counter-ion X- either as Brønsted bases or Lewis bases. Specific design of such chiral catalysts in modern chemistry and better insight into their mode of activation facilitates efficient and unprecedented chemical transformations. This chapter provides an overview of the use of chiral quaternary ammonium salts in organocatalysis, emphasizing both general mechanistic aspects and the scope of this approach. Presents the most significant developments with a particular focus on asymmetric SOMO- and photoredox-organocatalyzed transformations Givies a larger overview of chiral ammonium salts in organocatalysis rather than a specific review dedicated to specialists in this area Affords a historical evolution of this field of research

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  • Author : Maxime R Vitale
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 184 pages
  • ISBN : 0081011555
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Radical and Ion-pairing Strategies in Asymmetric Organocatalysis

Radical and Ion-pairing Strategies in Asymmetric Organocatalysis
  • Author : Maxime R Vitale,Sylvain Oudeyer,Vincent Levacher,Jean-Francois Briere
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 21 July 2017
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Considering the challenge of sustainability facing our society in the coming decades, catalysis is without any doubt a research area of major importance. In this regard, asymmetric organocatalysis, now considered a pillar of green chemistry, deserves particular attention. The first chapter of this volume examines the topic of asymmetric organocatalysis in light of radical chemistry. Recent important progress in this field has been attained by promoting the formation and harnessing the high reactivity of open-shell intermediates. Merging organocatalysis with radical

Organocatalysis

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  • Author : Maurizio Benaglia
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release : 19 July 2021
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Organocatalysis is considered today one of the three pillars in asymmetric catalysis, along with biocatalysis and organometallic catalysis. The possibility to combine organocatalysis with radical chemistry, photocatalysis and enabling technologies opened new avenues in organic synthesis.

Recent Advances in Organocatalysis

Recent Advances in Organocatalysis
  • Author : Iyad Karamé,Hassan Srour
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 28 September 2016
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Organocatalysis has recently attracted enormous attention as green and sustainable catalysis. It was realized as a fundamental field providing wide families of catalysts for important organic transformations. It will certainly develop in the future. Given the diversity of accessible transformations, metal-catalyzed reactions have become major tools in organic synthesis that will undoubtedly continue to have an important impact in the future. Alternatively, over the last years, a metal-free approach such as organocatalysis has reached a level of faithfulness, allowing researchers

Anion-Binding Catalysis

Anion-Binding Catalysis
  • Author : Olga Garcia-Mancheno
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 28 December 2021
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Explores the potential of new types of anion-binding catalysts to solve challenging synthetic problems Anion-Binding Catalysis introduces readers to the use of anion-binding processes in catalytic chemical activation, exploring how this approach can contribute to the future design of novel synthetic transformations. Featuring contributions by world-renowned scientists in the field, this authoritative volume describes the structure, properties, and catalytic applications of anions as well as synthetic applications and practical analytical methods. In-depth chapters are organized by type of catalyst rather

Fluorous Chemistry

Fluorous Chemistry
  • Author : István T. Horváth
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 03 November 2011
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Structural, Physical, and Chemical Properties of Fluorous Compounds, by J.A. Gladysz Selective Fluoroalkylation of Organic Compounds by Tackling the “Negative Fluorine Effect”, by W. Zhang, C. Ni and J. Hu Synthetic and Biological Applications of Fluorous Reagents as Phase Tags, by S. Fustero, J. L. Aceña and S. Catalán Chemical Applications of Fluorous Reagents and Scavengers, by Marvin S. Yu Fluorous Methods for the Synthesis of Peptides and Oligonucleotides, by B. Miriyala Fluorous Organic Hybrid Solvents for

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Modern Strategies for Heterocycle Synthesis
  • Author : Gianfranco Favi
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release : 17 March 2021
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Heterocycles feature widely in natural products, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and dyes, and their synthesis is of great interest to synthetic chemists in both academia and industry. The contributions of recent applications of new methodologies in C–H activation, photoredox chemistry, cross-coupling strategies, borrowing hydrogen catalysis, multicomponent and solvent-free reactions, regio- and stereoselective syntheses, as well as other new, attractive approaches for the construction of heterocyclic scaffolds are of great interest. This Special Issue is dedicated to featuring the latest research that

Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis

Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis
  • Author : Takahiko Akiyama,Iwao Ojima
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 27 May 2022
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Seminal text presenting detailed accounts of the most important catalytic asymmetric reactions known today This book covers the preparation of enantiomerically pure or enriched chemical compounds by use of chiral catalyst molecules. While reviewing the most important catalytic methods for asymmetric organic synthesis, this book highlights the most important and recent developments in catalytic asymmetric synthesis. Edited by two well-qualified experts, sample topics covered in the work include: Metal catalysis, organocatalysis, photoredox catalysis, enzyme catalysis C-H bond functionalization reactions Carbon-carbon

Organophosphorus Chemistry

Organophosphorus Chemistry
  • Author : David W Allen,David Loakes,John C Tebby
  • Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Release : 10 April 2019
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This annual review of the literature presents a comprehensive and critical survey of the vast field of study involving organophosphorus compounds, from phosphines and related P-C bonded compounds to phosphorus acids, phosphine chalcogenides and nucleotides. The Editors have added to the content with a timely chapter on the recent developments in green synthetic approaches in organophosphorus chemistry to reflect current interests in the area. With an emphasis on interdisciplinary content, this book is aimed at the worldwide organic chemistry and

Asymmetric Catalysis

Asymmetric Catalysis
  • Author : B. Bosnich
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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The rate of advance in areas of science is seldom constant. Usually certain fields effloresce with activity because of the ~ealization that solutions are possible to long standing important problems. So it is now with asymmetric catalysis, a field which promises to change profoundly the strategic thinking of synthetic chemists. As this Report will show, reagents which can induce catalytic enantiocontrol of chemical transformations could represent the ultimate synthetic method. Nearly all synthetic strategies of complex molecules involve steps which

Photoorganocatalysis In Organic Synthesis

Photoorganocatalysis In Organic Synthesis
  • Author : Maurizio Fagnoni,Stefano Protti,Davide Ravelli
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 19 February 2019
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The use of organocatalysts able to photocatalyze an organic reaction is a rapidly growing field. These photocatalyzed transformations are more environmentally sustainable with respect to the use of expensive/toxic metal-based (photo)catalysts.Based on the authors' extensive experience in photogenerated intermediates, this book presents an overview on photocatalyzed organic processes having a synthetic significance, where an organic molecule functions as the photocatalyst.After a brief introduction defining the nature and the characteristics of a photoorganocatalyst (POC), the chapters are

Anion Receptor Chemistry

Anion Receptor Chemistry
  • Author : Jonathan L Sessler,Philip Gale,Won-Seob Cho
  • Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Release : 31 October 2007
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Anion recognition plays a critical role in a range of biological processes, and a variety of receptors and carriers can be found throughout the natural world. Chemists working in the area of supramolecular chemistry have created a range of anion receptors, drawing inspiration from nature as well as their own inventive processes. This book traces the origins of anion recognition chemistry as a unique sub-field in supramolecular chemistry while illustrating the basic approaches currently being used to effect receptor design.

Organophosphorus Chemistry

Organophosphorus Chemistry
  • Author : David W Allen,David Loakes,Lee J Higham,John C Tebby
  • Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Release : 15 April 2020
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This annual review of the literature presents a comprehensive and critical survey of the vast field of study involving organophosphorus compounds, from phosphines and related P-C bonded compounds to phosphorus acids, phosphine chalcogenides and nucleotides. The Editors have added to the content with a timely chapter on the recent developments in green synthetic approaches in organophosphorus chemistry to reflect current interests in the area. With an emphasis on interdisciplinary content, this book is aimed at the worldwide organic chemistry and

Catalysis with Earth-abundant Elements

Catalysis with Earth-abundant Elements
  • Author : Uwe Schneider,Stephen Thomas
  • Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Release : 30 October 2020
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Considering the limited resources of our planet, earth-abundant elements will have to be explored increasingly in the future. This book highlights the uses of the most earth-abundant elements in catalysis and will be of interest to graduates, academic researchers and practitioners in catalysis.