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A one-step, enantioselective reduction of ethyl nicotinate to ethyl nipecotinate using a constrained, chiral, heterogeneous catalyst

Raynor, SA; Thomas, JM; Raja, R; Johnson, BFG; Bell, RG; Mantle, MD; (2000) A one-step, enantioselective reduction of ethyl nicotinate to ethyl nipecotinate using a constrained, chiral, heterogeneous catalyst. CHEM COMMUN (19) 1925 - 1926.

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Abstract

A chiral catalyst derived from 1,1'-bis(diphenylphosphino)ferrocene and anchored within MCM-41 displays remarkable increases in both enantioselectivity and activity, in the hydrogenation of ethyl nicotinate to ethyl nipecotinate, when compared to an analogous homogeneous model compound.

Type:Article
Title:A one-step, enantioselective reduction of ethyl nicotinate to ethyl nipecotinate using a constrained, chiral, heterogeneous catalyst
Keywords:MESOPOROUS SILICA, RESOLUTION, AROMATICS, COMPLEXES, SITE
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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