Highly efficient molybdenum-based catalysts for enantioselective alkene metathesis

@article{Malcolmson2008HighlyEM,
  title={Highly efficient molybdenum-based catalysts for enantioselective alkene metathesis},
  author={Steven J Malcolmson and Simon J Meek and Elizabeth S. Sattely and Richard R Schrock and Amir H Hoveyda},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2008},
  volume={456},
  pages={933-937}
}
Discovery of efficient catalysts is one of the most compelling objectives of modern chemistry. Chiral catalysts are in particularly high demand, as they facilitate synthesis of enantiomerically enriched small molecules that are critical to developments in medicine, biology and materials science. Especially noteworthy are catalysts that promote—with otherwise inaccessible efficiency and selectivity levels—reactions demonstrated to be of great utility in chemical synthesis. Here we report a class… CONTINUE READING

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