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题名: Catalytic Asymmetric Reactions by Metal and Chiral Phosphoric Acid Sequential Catalysis
其他题名: 金属与手性磷酸接力催化的催化不对称反应
作者: Yang ZP(杨泽鹏); Zhang W(张玮); You SL(游书力)
通讯作者: 游书力
刊名: J. Org. Chem.
发表日期: 2014
DOI: 10.1021/jo501300k
卷: 79, 期:17, 页:7785-7798
收录类别: SCI
英文摘要: Catalytic asymmetric reactions promoted by metal catalysts and chiral phosphoric acids have become useful processes for the preparation of structurally diverse and complex organic compounds. This JOCSynopsis provides an overview of the most recent developments made in studies of these reactions. The paper focuses mainly on sequential catalysis and relay catalysis, which are accomplished by employing a combination of metal complexes and chiral phosphoric acids.
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URI标识: http://ir.sioc.ac.cn/handle/331003/39104
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Yang ZP,Zhang W,You SL. Catalytic Asymmetric Reactions by Metal and Chiral Phosphoric Acid Sequential Catalysis[J]. J. Org. Chem.,2014,79(17):7785-7798.
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