Chiral Auxiliaries Overview
Chiral auxiliaries are compounds or units that are temporarily added to the organic synthesis reaction to control the synthesis results of stereochemistry. Chirality as an auxiliary can bias the stereoselectivity of one or more subsequent reactions. Chiral auxiliaries are new technologies for asymmetric synthesis. They are all enantiomeric compounds, which are temporarily linked to the substrate through covalent bonds. In the subsequent reaction process of the substrate, these chiral auxiliaries induce the desired chirality or cause one of the generated enantiomers to be excessive, and finally, these auxiliaries are split and recycled.
Chiral auxiliaries are usually reliable and multifunctional so that a large number of single mirror isomers can be synthesized in a time-saving manner. Therefore, chiral auxiliaries are often used in the early stages of drug development.
|Cat No.||Product Name||CAS No.||Purity||Order|
|M095410||Pentanoic acid, 2-methyl-4-oxo-, (2S)- (9CI)||148493-16-7||≥ 95%||Inquiry|
|R004079||(2S,3S)-1,4-Dichlorobutane-diol Sulfate||190850-76-1||≥ 95%||Inquiry|