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Open Access Do We Need Asymmetric Organocatalysis?

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Asymmetric organocatalysis is a 'fast lane' of the chemical highway: the progress in the last decade is simply spectacular. This introductory article summarizes basic principles, historical background, and discusses basic catalyst classes and reaction types.

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Keywords: ASYMMETRIC SYNTHESIS; BIFUNCTIONAL CATALYSTS; CATALYSIS; HISTORY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2007

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