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Volume 31, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

Since the original demonstrations of homogeneous organometallic catalysis under mild conditions in the 1960s there has been much progress. A central focus for development has been asymmetric synthesis, through the use of optically active ligands. Chiral chelating biphosphines have played a key role in these advances, which have led to: asymmetric hydrogenation as a route to amino-acids and Vitamin E precursors, kinetic resolution in directed hydrogenation, asymmetric isomerisation of olefins in a route to citronellol, and asymmetric catalytic C-C bond formation. This review highlights recent developments.

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