enantioselective reaction

enantioselective reaction

[ə¦nan·tē·ə·si¦lek·tiv rē′ak·shən]
(organic chemistry)
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The enantioselective reaction was tested for success using HPLC-MS, with negative results.
(17) It should be clearly noted, however, that none of these enantioselective reactions directly involves C-C bond formation.
Chemists introduce enantioselective reactions promoted by copper and the variety of solutions for many reaction types involving copper catalysis.
Other chapters look at a wide range of topics related to polymers, the longest examining nitrogen-containing ligands anchored onto polymers as a catalyst stabilizer for catalytic enantioselective reactions. Other topics include a novel concept for stabilizing small inorganic nanoparticles, compounds containing siloxane as polymer stabilizers, amphiphilic block copolymers as potent efflux pump inhibitors for drug delivery and cancer therapy, current developments in double hydrophilic block copolymers, and hindered amine stabilizers as sources of markers of the heterogeneous photo-oxidation and photo-stabilization of carbon chain polymers.