Methyl phenylacetate was used as model compound for partition coefficient measurement experiments.
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Methyl phenylacetate undergoes decomposition on photolysis in methanol. Methyl phenylacetate acts as acylating agent and causes the enantioselective acylation of beta-lactam intermediate using penicillin G amidase. Methyl phenylacetate is the starting material in manufacture of synthetic perfumes.
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Enantioselective acylation of a beta-lactam intermediate in the synthesis of loracarbef using penicillin G amidase.
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Photolysis of phenylacetic acid and methyl phenylacetate in methanol.
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