Asymmetric synthesis


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Concept Info

NAME

Asymmetric synthesis

DESCRIPTION

Asymmetric synthesis is a method for preparation of chemical compounds which aims to bias the synthesis in favour of producing one stereoisomer over another stereoisomer. Stereoisomers are molecules with the same connectivity of atoms, but with different arrangements of atoms in three-dimensional space, and can have dramatically different properties from one another.

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