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Novel optical resolution technologies

Author: Kenichi Sakai; Noriaki Hirayama; Rui Tamura; G Coquerel
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2007.
Series: Topics in current chemistry, 269.
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After theend ofthe 20th century, the science ofcrystallizationreached a truly exciting stage where new opportunities emerged in both theory and expe- ment. Variousphysical methodsare capableofresolvingthesurface as wellas theinsidestructureofcrystalsattheatomiclevelwhilenewhigh-performance computingresourcesaffordthecapabilityofmodelingthecomplexlarge-scale alignmentsnecessarytosimulatecrystallizationinrealsystems.  Read more...
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Novel optical resolution technologies.
Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2007
(OCoLC)85243136
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kenichi Sakai; Noriaki Hirayama; Rui Tamura; G Coquerel
ISBN: 9783540463207 3540463208 3540463178 9783540463177
OCLC Number: 262693474
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 313 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Preferential crystallization / G. Coquerel --
Mechanism and scope of preferential enrichment, a symmetry-breaking enantiomeric resolution phenomenon / R. Tamura [and others] --
Racemization, optical resolution and crystallization-induced assymetric transformation of amino acids and pharmaceutical intermediates / R. Yoshioka --
Advantages of structural similarities of the reactants in optical resolution processes / F. Faigl, J. Schindler, E. Fogassy --
Dutch resolution of racemates and the roles of solid solution formation and nucleation inhibition / R.M. Kellogg, B. Kaptein, T.R. Vries --
New resolution technologies controlled by chiral discrimination mechanisms / K. Sakai, R. Sakurai, H. Nohira --
Molecular mechanisms of dielectrically controlled resolution (DCR) / K. Sakai, R. Sakurai, N. Hirayama --
From racemates to single enantiomers --
chiral synthetic drugs over the last 20 years / H. Murakami.
Series Title: Topics in current chemistry, 269.
Responsibility: volume editors, Kenichi Sakai, Noriaki Hirayama, Rui Tamura ; with contributions by G. Coquerel [and others].
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