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      Modern Methods in Stereoselective Aldol Reactions 

      Stereoselective Acetate Aldol Reactions

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              The direct catalytic asymmetric aldol reaction.

              Asymmetric aldol reactions are a powerful method for the construction of carbon-carbon bonds in an enantioselective fashion. Historically this reaction has been performed in a stoichiometric fashion to control the various aspects of chemo-, diastereo-, regio- and enantioselectivity, however, a more atom economical approach would unite high selectivity with the use of only a catalytic amount of a chiral promoter. This critical review documents the development of direct catalytic asymmetric aldol methodologies, including organocatalytic and metal-based strategies. New methods have improved the reactivity, selectivity and substrate scope of the direct aldol reaction and enabled the synthesis of complex molecular targets (357 references).
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                February 06 2013
                : 1-81
                10.1002/9783527656714.ch1
                117ad745-105a-4fa5-825f-49ccc038d58e
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