diastereomer

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diastereomer

[¦dī·ə¦ster·ē′ō·mər]
(organic chemistry)
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Lazny, "Environmentally benign diastereoselective synthesis of granatane and tropane aldol derivatives," RSC Advances, vol.
At ICOS 16, Thompson will present work on novel diastereoselective complexation reactions that generate dipyrromethene helicates with > 99 percent selectivity, as well as novel methodology by which to prepare functionalized pyrroles.
Summary: Pyrroloimidazoles have been synthesized by diastereoselective of 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition by using 4, 5-dihydroimidazolium ylides with an alkylating agent and base.
Diastereoselective intermolecular [4+3] cycloadditions via an extended transition state, Journal of Organic Chemistry, 61: 7994-7995.
They have focused this volume on strategies for performing catalytic enantioselective FC alkylation (up to July 2008), with a collection of more representative diastereoselective approaches reported in one chapter.
Examples of specific topics include nitrogen-containing organofluorine compounds through metathesis reactions, highly diastereoselective anodic fluorination, functional compounds based on hypervalent sulfur fluorides, synthesis of macrolactam marine natural products using fluorous protecting groups, solvent-peptide interaction in fluoroalcohol-water mixtures, and synthesis and conformational analysis of fluorine-containing oligopeptides.
Kolychev, "Highly diastereoselective synthesis of chimeras of proline and glutamate," Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, vol.
6[H.sub.2]O catalyzed one-pot highly diastereoselective synthesis of functionalized piperidines," Letters in Organic Chemistry, vol.
Weng, "Diastereoselective thioglycosylation of peracetylated glycosides catalyzed by in situ generated iron(III) iodide from elemental iodine and iron," Tetrahedron Letters, vol.
The first examples for preparative-scale enantioselective or diastereoselective epoxide hydrolyses using microorganisms.