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Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)

In situ formation of ligand and catalyst--application in ruthenium-catalyzed enantioselective reduction of ketones.


PMID 16091792

Abstract

The direct in situ formation of highly efficient ruthenium-catalysts for the asymmetric reduction of ketones was obtained by combining chiral ligand building blocks with a ruthenium precursor.

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