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Modulation of catalyst enantioselectivity through reversible assembly of supramolecular helices

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A multi-configurable catalyst, for which the degree of enantioinduction in successive reactions is varied between 6% ee and 52% ee, is achieved by supporting copper centres at the periphery of supramolecular helices. Precise characterization of the co-assemblies corroborates the relation between helix length and catalyst selectivity.

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Catalysis
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hal-02021141 , version 1 (28-02-2019)

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Yan Li, Xavier Caumes, Matthieu Raynal, Laurent Bouteiller. Modulation of catalyst enantioselectivity through reversible assembly of supramolecular helices. Chemical Communications, 2019, 55 (15), pp.2162-2165. ⟨10.1039/C8CC09819K⟩. ⟨hal-02021141⟩
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