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Asymmetric Hydroformylation Using a Rhodium Catalyst Encapsulated in a Chiral Capsule.


ABSTRACT: Supramolecular capsules can be used to change the activity and selectivity of a catalyst through the influence of the second coordination sphere, reminiscent of how enzymes control the selectivity of their processes. In enzymes, this approach is used to also control the enantioselectivity of reactions in which the active catalytic site is often not chiral but the second coordination sphere is. We are interested in the possibility to generate a chiral second coordination sphere around an otherwise achiral transition metal complex for asymmetric catalysis. In this paper we show that the ligand template approach can be used to generate a chiral second coordination sphere around a rhodium complex, which is used in asymmetric hydroformylation.

SUBMITTER: Jongkind LJ 

PROVIDER: S-EPMC7155075 | BioStudies | 2020-01-01

REPOSITORIES: biostudies

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