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Vetticatt Group

A recent publication in J. Am. Chem. Soc. from the Vetticatt/Hirschi groups at Binghamton University in collaboration with the Lambert group at Cornell University reports on a novel mode of asymmetric induction in chiral Brønsted acid catalysis. Computational exploration of the origin of enantioselectivity reveals a unique point-chirality-induced helical chirality of the catalyst dictates the enantioselectivity of an inverse electron demand Diels Alder reaction.

Citation: Chirag D.; Gheewala, C.D.; Hirschi, J.S.; Lee, W-H.; Paley, D.W.; Vetticatt, M.J. and Lambert, T.H. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2018, 140(10), 3523-3527

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Last Updated: 5/22/18