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A new ion-pairing route to achieve asymmetric catalysis has been observed in the copper-catalyzed aziridination of styrene with a chiral counteranion. Structural studies suggest that enantioinduction occurs via ion-pairing of the cationic copper catalyst in the chiral pocket created by the anion. The degree of asymmetric induction can be tuned with features(More)
The adsorption of argon, nitrogen, and carbon monoxide in porous Vycor glass has been studied by volumetric and microcalorimetric methods and by thermoporometry. Samples with particle sizes ranging from <50 to >200 µm have been selected and treated by sample controlled thermal analysis (SCTA). Subsequent characterization indicates that the particle size has(More)
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