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Kinetic mechanisms. In each case E represents the free enzyme, other species starting E are other e...
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Reaction progress for “ordered, second” kinetics and the effect of D/Q (e.g., NADH/NAD+) ratio. S0 ...
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Effect of the initial starting material concentration and enzyme E value for “ordered, second” kine...
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Effects of key enzyme parameters on the fall in product ee during reaction for “ordered, second” ki...
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Reaction progress for “ping-pong, second” kinetics, and the effect of the ratio of donor to prochir...
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Effect of the key ee decline parameter (eeDP) of the enzyme on the product ee for “ping-pong, secon...
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Effects of prochiral substrate concentration and its KM value for “ping-pong, first” kinetics. Inpu...
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Effect of eeDP and k−4 · Keq/k4 on the product ee at high conversion for “ping-pong, first” kinetic...
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Progress curves for “ping-pong, both” kinetics, diacid esterification. The plot shows the increasin...
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Effects on the ee of the product formed early in the reaction for “ping-pong, both” kinetics, diaci...
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Increase in the product ee as the reaction proceeds for “ping-pong, both” kinetics, diacid esterifi...
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Effects on the ee at high conversion for diacid ester synthesis, “ping-pong, both” kinetics. Parame...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2021, 17, 873–884, doi:10.3762/bjoc.17.73
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