Science of Synthesis Volume: Asymmetric Organocatalysis

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Interview with 2021 Nobel laureate Benjamin List about Asymmetric Organocatalysis

Science of Synthesis: Asymmetric Organocatalysis, Vol. 1

Edited by Ben List, this volume focuses on Lewis base and acid catalysts, with chapters on topics such as enamine catalysis, iminium catalysis, organophosphine catalysis, and many more.

SOMO and Radical Chemistry in Organocatalysis

In this Science of Synthesis chapter, David MacMillan and Teresa Beeson look at the strategy of singly occupied molecular orbital (SOMO) catalysis.

Iminium Catalysis

In a second contribution to the Asymmetric Organocatalysis Science of Synthesis project, David MacMillan and Allan Watson cover the concept of iminium catalysis.

Ben & David in SYNLETT FREE ACCESS Ben List’s SOS Volume Asymmetric Organocatalysis David MacMillan in SOS On SOMO Catalysis David MacMillan in SOS Iminium Catalysis Interview with Ben about Asymmetric Organocatalysis Interview with Ben about publishing in SYNLETT