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Publication - Professor Jonathan Clayden

    Remote conformational responses to enantiomeric excess in carboxylate-binding dynamic foldamers

    Citation

    Eccles, N, Le Bailly, BA, Della Sala, F, Vitórica-Yrezábal, IJ, Clayden, J & Webb, SJ, 2019, ‘Remote conformational responses to enantiomeric excess in carboxylate-binding dynamic foldamers’. Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), vol 55., pp. 9331-9334

    Abstract

    A crystallographically characterised zinc(ii)-capped foldamer can sense the enantiomeric excess of scalemic carboxylate solutions, including those produced by enantioselective organocatalysis, and can relay this input signal along the foldamer body to a remote glycinamide group, which then provides an NMR spectroscopic output.

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