Asymmetric catalytic oxidation


Asymmetric catalytic oxidation

Asymmetric catalytic oxidation is a technique of oxidizing various substrates to give an enantiopure product using a catalyst.

Reactions

*Jacobsen epoxidation of alkenes using manganese-salen complex and NaOCl
*Sharpless epoxidation of allyl alcohols using titanium isopropoxide, diethyl tartrate, and t-butyl hydroxyperoxide
*Sharpless asymmetric dihydroxylation of alkenes using dihydroquinine or dihydroquinidine ligands on an osmium metal center
* Sharpless oxyamination
*Shi epoxidation of alkenes using oxone and a fructose-derived chiral catalyst
*Sulfonyloxaziridine enolate oxidation

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