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Bile acid derivatives as enantiodifferentiating host molecules in inclusion processes.

By FANTIN G., FOGAGNOLO M. and BORTOLINI O.

Abstract

A review on the use of bile acids as hosts for molecular recognition and\ud enantioresolution is presented. The optical resolution of different classes of organic\ud derivatives, i.e., lactones, aliphatic alcohols, sulfoxides, epoxides, ketones, cyclic amides,\ud cyclic carbonates, and sulfites, may be obtained by host-guest enantioselective inclusion\ud complexation. The salient aspects of the enclathration process, including X-ray\ud diffraction results, are discussed

Topics: enantioresolution, host guest complexation, enclathration, bile acids, X ray analysis, polymorphism, supramolecular chemistry
Year: 2005
DOI identifier: 10.1002/chir.20126
OAI identifier: oai:iris.unife.it:11392/1202053
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