Catalysis of organic reactions by Michael L Prunier

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The mechanism for the homogeneous asymmetric hydrogenation of dehydroamino acids to give α-amino acids in high EP, using DuPhos-Rh catalysts and some other catalysts, has been established and documented by several workers (3-6). 1 includes two manifolds with the majority of the total catalyst (>90%) accumulating in the major manifold (which is why it is called the major manifold). The minor manifold produces the desired enantiomeric product (major product), while the major manifold produces the undesirable enantiomeric product (minor product).

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