The racemate cage. Influence of p(1),n(1) salt occurrence on enantiomer separation processes. The case of trans-chrysanthemic acid.


The occurrence of p(1),n(1) salt when accompanied by substrate self-association can have profound effects on enantiomer separation processes of non-racemic mixtures, impeding the complete recovery of the major enantiomer through formation of an inescapable racemate cage. 


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