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Enantiomeric Analysis of Chiral Isotopomers via Microwave Three-Wave Mixing

By Lincoln Satterthwaite (6509459), Cristóbal Pérez (1372917), Amanda L. Steber (1372920), Dylan Finestone (6509462), Robert L. Broadrup (3033531) and David Patterson (188114)

Abstract

Many achiral molecules can be made chiral by appropriate positioning of an isotope. Accurate detection of this type of chirality has remained elusive, and there is as yet no general method for detection of isotopically chiral species. Here, we present the first application of microwave three-wave mixing to isotopically chiral molecules, detecting enantiomeric excess in (<i>R</i>/<i>S</i>)-benzyl-α-D<sub>1</sub> alcohol. Our method is expected to be applicable to a broad range of isotopically chiral molecules with a prochiral parent species

Topics: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, Evolutionary Biology, Inorganic Chemistry, Plant Biology, Chemical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Microwave Three-Wave Mixing, microwave three-wave, Chiral Isotopomers, achiral molecules, method, prochiral parent species, Accurate detection, isotopically chiral species, isotopically chiral molecules, Enantiomeric Analysis
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.1021/acs.jpca.9b02115.s001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/7897976
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