Chiral Ferrocenes in Asymmetric Catalysis. Synthesis …
Although solid-phase organic synthesis (SPOS) has become an essential tool of combinatorial chemistry as an approach to lead compounds required in drug discovery, only a few examples for the asymmetric synthesis on solid support have been published so far ().
“Principles of asymmetric synthesis,” in Tetrahedron Organic ..
Course Description: Practical work in an industrial setting for a minimum of eight weeks under the joint guidance of a practicing chemist and SFA faculty member. May be repeated for credit if content differs.
Number of Credit Hours: 3 semester hours
Course Prerequisites and Corequisites: Prerequisite: Permission of the department chair and instructor. Pass-Fail grading.
Program Learning Outcomes:
3. The student will perform qualitative/quantitative chemical analyses/syntheses using modern instrumentation.
4. The student will articulate scientific information through oral communication.
5. The student will articulate scientific information through written communication.
6. The student will demonstrate ability to integrate knowledge content, laboratory skill, critical thinking and problem solving, and communication skills via participation in research projects.
General Education Core Curriculum Objectives: There are no specific general education core curriculum objectives in this course. This course is not a general education core curriculum course.
Course Objective: The student should demonstrate the practicing chemist's role in an industrial plant setting.
Student Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
• work independently, responsibly, and efficiently to solve problems occurring in an industrial plant setting.
• demonstrate clear oral and written communication skills. (PLO 4, 5)
• demonstrate an ability to find and use applicable procedures and chemical methods. (PLO 3)
Shū Kobayashi studied at the University of Tokyo, receiving his Ph.D. in 1988 working under the direction of Professor T. Mukaiyama. Following an initial period as assistant professor, he was promoted to lecturer then associate professor at Science University of Tokyo (SUT). In 1998, he moved to the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the University of Tokyo, as full professor. In 2007, he was appointed to his current position as professor of organic chemistry in the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, the University of Tokyo. He has held various visiting professorships, including the Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg (1993), Kyoto University (1995), Nijmegen University (1996), Philipps-University of Marburg (1997), Paris-Sud (2010). Professor Kobayashi has wide-ranging research interests that include the development of new synthetic methods and novel catalysts, organic reactions in water, solid-phase synthesis, total synthesis of biologically interesting compounds, and organometallic chemistry. He has held numerous named lectureships and is a recipient of many prestigious awards, including the Chemical Society of Japan Award for Young Chemists (1991), Ciba-Geigy Research Foundation Award (1994), Springer Award in Organometallic Chemistry (1997), IBM Science Award (2001), Organic Reactions Lecturer (2002), Nagoya Silver Medal (2002), Mitsui Chemical Catalysis Science Award (2005), JSPS Prize (2005), the Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award from the American Chemical Society (2006), Howard Memorial Lecturer (2006), C.S. Hamilton Award (2007), Merck-Cambridge Lecturer (2007), Humboldt Research Award (2013), and Green Chemistry Minister of Education Award (2013). Professor Kobayashi is a member of the Editorial Board of Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis.
Ojima: Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis ..
Course Description: Topics may include recent developments in organic synthesis, organometallics, heterocyclics, phase transfer catalysis, and physical organic chemistry. May be repeated under different topics. Number of Credit Hours: 3 semester hours - 3 hours lecture Course
Direct Asymmetric Organocatalytic de Novo Synthesis …
Course Description: Topics may include recent developments in organic synthesis, organometallics, heterocyclics, phase transfer catalysis, and physical organic chemistry. May be repeated under different topics. Number of Credit Hours: 3 semester hours - 3 hours lecture
Science of Synthesis: Asymmetric Organocatalysis Vol
- Topics may include recent developments in organic synthesis, organometallics, heterocyclics, phase transfer catalysis, and physical organic chemistry. May be repeated under different topics.
also called chiral synthesis or asymmetric synthesis, ..
Inspired by these successes, intensive efforts have been devoted to stereoselective synthesis in aqueous environments and they have led to the emergence of highly efficient catalytic asymmetric Mukaiyama aldol reactions using water-compatible Lewis acids with chiral ligands. For example, the catalysts composed of lanthanide triflates and chiral bis-pyridino-18-crown-6 38 exhibited higher diastereo- and enantioselectivity (Scheme ).,, A vacant site as shown in Scheme was suggested to be crucial for catalytic activity as a recipient of an aldehyde molecule. Because lanthanides are known to promote the epimerization between syn- and anti-adducts via keto-enolization, presumably because of their greater Lewis acidity in aqueous media (Scheme ), multicoordination systems play a prominent role in chiral induction.