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Asymmetric catalysis represents still one of the major challenges in modern organic chemistry. Besides the well-established asymmetric metal-complex-catalysed syntheses and biocatalysis, the use of "pure" organic catalysts turned out to be an additional efficient tool for the synthesis of chiral building blocks. In this handbook, the experienced authors from academia and industry provide the first overview of the important use of such metal-free organic catalysts in organic chemistry.
This monograph will be a valuable addition into personal collections of synthetic chemists and research libraries of academia and industry. (E-STREAMS, June 2006) "...well-written with clear, focused schemes...of great value to those involved in synthetic methodology, catalysis, and total synthesis." (Journal of the American Chemical Society, October 19, 2005) "This book can be recommended for all scientists working in the area of asymmetric catalysis." (Synthesis, February 2006)
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