Construction of hydrogen-bonded ternary organic crystals derived from L-tartaric acid and their application to enantioseparation of secondary alcohols.

@article{Kodama2011ConstructionOH,
  title={Construction of hydrogen-bonded ternary organic crystals derived from L-tartaric acid and their application to enantioseparation of secondary alcohols.},
  author={Koichi Kodama and Eriko Sekine and Tomoaki Hirose},
  journal={Chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={17 41},
  pages={
          11527-34
        }
}
Ternary organic crystals consisting of an L-tartaric acid-derived dicarboxylic acid, a commercially available achiral diamine, and a chiral secondary alcohol have been developed and characterized by X-ray crystallography. 1D, 2D, and 3D hydrogen-bonded supramolecular networks were constructed, depending on the structure of the diamine used. Benzylic and aliphatic secondary alcohols were enantioselectively incorporated into the crystal and were successfully enantioseparated with up to 86 and 79… CONTINUE READING

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