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Controlled diastereoselectivity at the alkene-geometry through selective encapsulation: E-Z photoisomerization of oxazolidinone-functionalized enecarbamates within hydrophobic nano-cavities

Hideaki Saito; J. Sivaguru; Steffen Jockusch; Joanne Dyer; Yoshihisa Inoue; Waldemar Adam; Nicholas J. Turro

Title:
Controlled diastereoselectivity at the alkene-geometry through selective encapsulation: E-Z photoisomerization of oxazolidinone-functionalized enecarbamates within hydrophobic nano-cavities
Author(s):
Saito, Hideaki
Sivaguru, J.
Jockusch, Steffen
Dyer, Joanne
Inoue, Yoshihisa
Adam, Waldemar
Turro, Nicholas J.
Date:
Type:
Articles
Department(s):
Chemistry
Volume:
8
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Book/Journal Title:
Chemical Communications
Abstract:
Photoisomerization of encapsulated Z-enecarbamates within the hydrophobic chiral cavities of γ-CD showed higher diastereoselectivities in the photoproducts than those obtained in solution. The selective encapsulation of the enecarbamates and the following isomerization process are both diastereoselectively controlled by γ-CD.
Subject(s):
Chemical engineering
Chemistry
Publisher DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1039/b609177f
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Suggested Citation:
Hideaki Saito, J. Sivaguru, Steffen Jockusch, Joanne Dyer, Yoshihisa Inoue, Waldemar Adam, Nicholas J. Turro, , Controlled diastereoselectivity at the alkene-geometry through selective encapsulation: E-Z photoisomerization of oxazolidinone-functionalized enecarbamates within hydrophobic nano-cavities, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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