The asymmetric synthesis of beta-hydroxy-alpha-amino acids with good stereochemical selectivity represents a highly interesting synthetic goal. The possibility of predicting the stereochemical outcome of such preparation gives rise to the opportunity to direct synthetic efforts toward a well-defined objective. A model study on the role played, in this respect, by transition metal containing complexes is described. Four different models are considered and their construction is thoroughly examined.

MODEL STUDIES FOR PREDICTING THE DIASTEREOSELECTIVITY IN THE CONDENSATION OF ALDEHYDES WITH ZINC AND COPPER-COMPLEXES OF AMINO-ACID DERIVATIVES .1. ANALYSIS AND REALIZATION OF THE MODELS / R. PAGLIARIN, G. SELLO, M. SISTI. - In: JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE. THEOCHEM. - ISSN 0166-1280. - 118:3(1994), pp. 251-259.

MODEL STUDIES FOR PREDICTING THE DIASTEREOSELECTIVITY IN THE CONDENSATION OF ALDEHYDES WITH ZINC AND COPPER-COMPLEXES OF AMINO-ACID DERIVATIVES .1. ANALYSIS AND REALIZATION OF THE MODELS

R. Pagliarin
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G. Sello
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1994

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The asymmetric synthesis of beta-hydroxy-alpha-amino acids with good stereochemical selectivity represents a highly interesting synthetic goal. The possibility of predicting the stereochemical outcome of such preparation gives rise to the opportunity to direct synthetic efforts toward a well-defined objective. A model study on the role played, in this respect, by transition metal containing complexes is described. Four different models are considered and their construction is thoroughly examined.
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