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General classification of asymmetric electroorganic reactions.
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Asymmetric reduction of 4-acetylpyridine using a modified graphite cathode.
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Asymmetric hydrogenation of ketones using Raney nickel powder electrodes modified with optically ac...
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Asymmetric reduction of prochiral activated olefins with a poly-ʟ-valine-coated graphite cathode.
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Asymmetric reduction of prochiral carbonyl compounds, oximes and gem-dibromides on a poly-ʟ-valine-...
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Asymmetric hydrogenation of prochiral ketones with poly[RuIII(L)2Cl2]+-modified carbon felt cathode...
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Asymmetric hydrogenation of α-keto esters using chiral polypyrrole film-coated cathode incorporated...
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Quinidine and cinchonidine alkaloid-induced asymmetric electroreduction of acetophenone.
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Asymmetric electroreduction of 4- and 2-acetylpyridines at a mercury cathode in the presence of a c...
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Enantioselective reduction of 4-methylcoumarin in the presence of catalytic yohimbine.
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Cinchonine-induced asymmetric electrocarboxylation of 4-methylpropiophenone.
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Enantioselective hydrogenation of methyl benzoylformate using an alkaloid entrapped silver cathode.
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Alkaloid-induced enantioselective hydrogenation using a Cu nanoparticle cathode.
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Alkaloid-induced enantioselective hydrogenation of aromatic ketones using a bimetallic Pt@Cu cathod...
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Enantioselective reduction of ketones at mercury cathode using N,N'-dimethylquininium tetrafluorobo...
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Asymmetric synthesis of an amino acid using an electrode modified with amino acid oxidase and elect...
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Asymmetric oxidation of p-tolyl methyl sulfide using chemically modified graphite anode.
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Asymmetric oxidation of unsymmetric sulfides using poly(amino acid)-coated electrodes.
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Enantioselective, electocatalytic oxidative coupling on TEMPO-modified graphite felt electrode in t...
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Asymmetric electrocatalytic oxidation of racemic alcohols on a TEMPO-modified graphite felt electro...
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Asymmetric electrocatalytic lactonization of diols on TEMPO-modified graphite felt electrodes.
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Asymmetric electrochemical pinacolization in a chiral solvent.
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Asymmetric electroreduction using a chiral supporting electrolyte.
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Asymmetric anodic oxidation of enol acetates using chiral supporting electrolytes.
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Kinetic resolution of primary amines using a chiral N-oxyl radical mediator.
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Chiral N-oxyl-radical-mediated kinetic resolution of secondary alcohols via electrochemical oxidati...
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Chiral iodoarene-mediated asymmetric electrochemical lactonization.
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Os-catalyzed electrochemical asymmetric dihydroxylation of olefins using the Sharpless ligand and i...
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Asymmetric electrochemical epoxidation of olefins catalyzed by a chiral Mn-salen complex.
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Asymmetric electrooxidation of 1,2-diols, and amino alcohols using a chiral copper catalyst.
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Mechanism of asymmetric electrooxidation of 1,2-diols, and amino alcohols using a chiral copper cat...
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Enantioselective electrocarboxylation catalyzed by an electrogenerated chiral [CoI(salen)]− complex....
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Asymmetric oxidative cross coupling of 2-acylimidazoles with silyl enol ethers.
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Ni-catalyzed asymmetric electroreductive cleavage of allylic β-keto ester 89.
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Asymmetric alkylation using a combination of electrosynthesis and a chiral Ni catalyst.
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Mechanism of asymmetric alkylation using a combination of electrosynthesis and a chiral Ni catalyst....
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Asymmetric epoxidation by electrogenerated percarbonate and persulfate ions in the presence of chir...
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α-Oxyamination of aldehydes via anodic oxidation catalyzed by chiral secondary amines.
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The α-alkylation of aldehydes via anodic oxidation catalyzed by chiral secondary amines.
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Mechanism of α-alkylation of aldehydes via anodic oxidation catalyzed by chiral secondary amines.
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Electrochemical chiral secondary amine-catalyzed intermolecular α-arylation of aldehydes.
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Mechanism of electrochemical chiral secondary amine-catalyzed intermolecular α-arylation of aldehyd...
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Asymmetric cross-dehydrogenative coupling of tertiary amines with simple ketones via an electrochem...
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Electroenzymatic asymmetric reduction using enoate reductase.
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Assymetric reduction using alcohol dehydrogenase as the electrocatalyst.
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Asymmetric electroreduction catalyzed by thermophilic NAD-dependent alcohol dehydrogenase.
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Asymmetric epoxidation of styrene by electrochemical regeneration of flavin-dependent monooxygenase....
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Asymmetric electroreduction using a chloroperoxidase catalyst.
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Asymmetric electrochemical transformation mediated by hydrophobic vitamin B12.
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Diastereoselective cathodic reduction of phenylglyoxalic acids substituted with amines as chiral au...
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Ni-catalyzed asymmetric electroreductive cross coupling of aryl halides with α-chloropropanoic acid...
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Electrochemical Mannich addition of silyloxyfuran to in situ-generated N-acyliminium ions.
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Stereoselective electroreductive homodimerization of cinnamates attached to a camphor-derived chira...
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Diastereoselective electrochemical carboxylation of chiral α-bromocarboxylic acid derivatives.
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Electrocatalytic stereoselective conjugate addition of chiral β-dicarbonyl compounds to methyl viny...
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Stereoselective electrochemical carboxylation of chiral cinnamic acid derivatives under a CO2 atmos...
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Electrochemical diastereoselective α-alkylation of pyrrolidines attached with phosphorus-derived ch...
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Electrogenerated cyanomethyl anion-induced synthesis of chiral cis-β-lactams from amides bearing ch...
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Diastereoselective anodic oxidation followed by intramolecular cyclization of ω-hydroxyl amides bea...
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Electrochemical deprotonation of Ni(II) glycinate containing (S)-BPB as a chiral auxiliary: diaster...
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Enantioselective electroreductive coupling of diaryl ketones with α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compound...
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Asymmetric total synthesis of ropivacaine and its analogues using a electroorganic reaction as a ke...
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Asymmetric total synthesis of (−)-crispine A and its natural enantiomer via anodic cyanation of tet...
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Asymmetric oxidative electrodimerization of cinnamic acid derivatives as key step for the synthesis...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2019, 15, 2710–2746, doi:10.3762/bjoc.15.264
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