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Transfer of chirality from ligands to metal centers: recent examples

The recent advances of chirality transfer in complexes are described with a special focus on applications in materials science.

Graphical abstract: Transfer of chirality from ligands to metal centers: recent examples
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Feature Article

Asymmetric transformations involving 1,2-dicarbonyl compounds as pronucleophiles

This article concentrates on the versatile nucleophilic reactivity of 1,2-dicarbonyl compounds in various asymmetric transformations.

Graphical abstract: Asymmetric transformations involving 1,2-dicarbonyl compounds as pronucleophiles
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Communication

Point-to-helical chirality transfer for a scalable and resolution-free synthesis of a helicenoidal DMAP organocatalyst

The synthesis of a second-generation [6]-helicenoidal DMAP organocatalyst is reported.

Graphical abstract: Point-to-helical chirality transfer for a scalable and resolution-free synthesis of a helicenoidal DMAP organocatalyst
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Communication

Asymmetric autocatalysis initiated by achiral nucleic acid base adenine: implications on the origin of homochirality of biomolecules

Enantiomorphous adeninium dinitrate crystals acted as the source of chirality in asymmetric autocatalysis to produce (S)- and (R)-alkanols.

Graphical abstract: Asymmetric autocatalysis initiated by achiral nucleic acid base adenine: implications on the origin of homochirality of biomolecules
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Communication

Chiral recognition in metal–organic frameworks studied by solid-state NMR spectroscopy using chiral solvating agents

The use of a chiral solvating agent (TFPE) for chiral recognition in functionalized metal–organic frameworks by solid-state 13C NMR spectroscopy is demonstrated for the first time.

Graphical abstract: Chiral recognition in metal–organic frameworks studied by solid-state NMR spectroscopy using chiral solvating agents
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Communication

Chiral assembly of dodecahedral cavities into porous metal–organic frameworks

Presented here is the corner-sharing assembly of dodecahedral cavities with both paddle-wheel [M2(CO2)4] units and trimeric [M33-O)(CO2)6] units into two isomorphous chiral microporous metal–organic frameworks.

Graphical abstract: Chiral assembly of dodecahedral cavities into porous metal–organic frameworks
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Communication

Chiral recognition in aggregation of gold nanoparticles grafted with helicenes

Chiral recognition was affected by helicene stereoisomerism on the surface of gold nanoparticles in their aggregation.

Graphical abstract: Chiral recognition in aggregation of gold nanoparticles grafted with helicenes
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Communication

Unexpected chiral induction from achiral cationic polythiophene aggregates and its application to the sugar pattern recognition

A polythiophene derivative forms chiral aggregates influenced by added sugars, the ICD intensity being correlated with the specific optical rotation.

Graphical abstract: Unexpected chiral induction from achiral cationic polythiophene aggregates and its application to the sugar pattern recognition
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Communication

A homochiral metal–organic framework membrane for enantioselective separation

For the first time, a homochiral MOF membrane was prepared for the enantioselective separation of important chiral compounds.

Graphical abstract: A homochiral metal–organic framework membrane for enantioselective separation
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Communication

Enantio- and diastereoselective hetero-Diels–Alder reactions between 2-aza-3-silyloxy-1,3-butadienes and aldehydes catalyzed by chiral dirhodium(II) carboxamidates

The first catalytic asymmetric hetero-Diels–Alder reaction between 2-aza-3-silyloxy-1,3-butadienes and aldehydes is described. With Rh2(S-BPTPI)4, the cycloaddition reaction gave all-cis-substituted 1,3-oxazinan-4-ones in high yields with up to 98% ee.

Graphical abstract: Enantio- and diastereoselective hetero-Diels–Alder reactions between 2-aza-3-silyloxy-1,3-butadienes and aldehydes catalyzed by chiral dirhodium(ii) carboxamidates
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Communication

Chiral nematic organo-siloxane oligopodes based on an axially chiral binaphthalene core

The synthesis of a novel class of organosiloxane oligopodes, based on an axially chiral binaphthalene core is described and their mesogenic properties are fully characterised.

Graphical abstract: Chiral nematic organo-siloxane oligopodes based on an axially chiral binaphthalene core
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Communication

Chiral metal–organic frameworks with tunable open channels as single-site asymmetric cyclopropanation catalysts

We have synthesized a new pair of porous chiral MOFs that were constructed from the same catalytically active bridging ligand but possessed different open channel sizes as a result of the different catenation modes.

Graphical abstract: Chiral metal–organic frameworks with tunable open channels as single-site asymmetric cyclopropanation catalysts
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Communication

Reversible helix–random coil transition of poly(m-phenylenediethynylene) by a rotaxane switch

Pendant rotaxane switch-tethering poly(m-phenylene diethynylene) was synthesized by polyoxidative coupling of a rotaxane containing an axle-terminal m-diethynylbenzene group and an optically active crown ether. The reversible helix–random coil transition of the polymer was successfully performed by the positional switching of the rotaxane wheel.

Graphical abstract: Reversible helix–random coil transition of poly(m-phenylenediethynylene) by a rotaxane switch
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Communication

Construction of supramolecular helical nanofibers using renewable biomaterials: self-assembly of a cytidylic acid-appended bolaamphiphile in lemon juice

Left-handed helical nanofibers were produced from the self-assembly of nucleotide-appended bola-shape molecules in lemon juice.

Graphical abstract: Construction of supramolecular helical nanofibers using renewable biomaterials: self-assembly of a cytidylic acid-appended bolaamphiphile in lemon juice
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Communication

Chiroptical generation and inversion during the mirror-symmetry-breaking aggregation of dialkylpolysilanes due to limonene chirality

The emerging and chiroptical switching during the mirror-symmetry-breaking aggregation of optically inactive polysilanes due to solvent limonene chirality were found.

Graphical abstract: Chiroptical generation and inversion during the mirror-symmetry-breaking aggregation of dialkylpolysilanes due to limonene chirality
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Communication

Solvent dependence of helix stability in aromatic oligoamide foldamers

Monitoring racemization allows us to assess helix stability, which is highest in protic solvents.

Graphical abstract: Solvent dependence of helix stability in aromatic oligoamide foldamers
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Communication

Enantioselective catalysis with a chiral, phosphane-containing PMO material

Rigidly bridged BINAP/biphenylene co-condensed periodic mesoporous organosilica was synthesized and showed crystal-like wall structure and high activity in enantioselective hydrogenations.

Graphical abstract: Enantioselective catalysis with a chiral, phosphane-containing PMO material
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Communication

Absolute chirality of the γ-polymorph of glycine: correlation of the absolute structure with the optical rotation

Crystal specimens of the γ-polymorph of achiral glycine which crystallize in space groups P31 and P32 as determined by the anomalous X-ray scattering method are shown to be laevorotatory and dextrorotatory, respectively, as determined by optical rotation of the crystals.

Graphical abstract: Absolute chirality of the γ-polymorph of glycine: correlation of the absolute structure with the optical rotation
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Communication

Amplification of enantioselectivity and sensitivity based on non-linear response of molecular wire bearing pseudo-18-crown-6 to chiral amines

An intelligent chiral chemosensor capable of chirality amplification was designed and constructed as poly(phenyleneethynylene) having chiral pseudo-18-crown-6. Both sensitivity and selectivity were amplified from those limited by the law of mass action.

Graphical abstract: Amplification of enantioselectivity and sensitivity based on non-linear response of molecular wire bearing pseudo-18-crown-6 to chiral amines
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Communication

On the abundance of chiral crystals

We propose that there is a vast ocean of chiral crystals just waiting to be discovered/proclaimed.

Graphical abstract: On the abundance of chiral crystals
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Communication

Enantioselective Friedel–Crafts reactions between phenols and N-tosylaldimines catalyzed by a leucine-derived bifunctional catalyst

Chiral benzylic amines were obtained through the Friedel–Crafts reactions between phenols and N-tosylaldimines catalyzed by a leucine-derived catalyst.

Graphical abstract: Enantioselective Friedel–Crafts reactions between phenols and N-tosylaldimines catalyzed by a leucine-derived bifunctional catalyst
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Communication

Asymmetric aldol reaction via memory of chirality

Asymmetric aldol reactions take place via axially chiral enolate intermediates to give chiral oxazolidones with a tetrasubstituted chiral center.

Graphical abstract: Asymmetric aldol reaction via memory of chirality
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Communication

Kinetic effects of tartaric acid on the growth of chiral J-aggregates of tetrakis(4-sulfonatophenyl)porphyrin

The kinetics of growth for chiral J-aggregates of H4TPPS4 porphyrin have been investigated under different experimental conditions in the presence of tartaric acid. The observed rate constants and the anisotropy factor g show a defined dependence on the enantiomer used as a chiral templating agent.

Graphical abstract: Kinetic effects of tartaric acid on the growth of chiral J-aggregates of tetrakis(4-sulfonatophenyl)porphyrin
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Communication

Highly sensitive determination of enantiomeric composition of chiral acids based on aggregation-induced emission

A new chiral tetraphenylethylene derivative with the AIE effect was synthesized and showed not only high enantioselectivity for a wide range of chiral acids but also a high sensitivity of 10−6 M scale. The enantiomeric purity of chiral acids could be quantitatively determined by this chiral sensor.

Graphical abstract: Highly sensitive determination of enantiomeric composition of chiral acids based on aggregation-induced emission
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Communication

Molecular chirality and chiral capsule-type dimer formation of cyclic triamidesvia hydrogen-bonding interactions

Chiral separation of cyclic triamide 4a was achieved by simple crystallization to afford chiral capsule-type dimer structure.

Graphical abstract: Molecular chirality and chiral capsule-type dimer formation of cyclic triamidesvia hydrogen-bonding interactions
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Communication

Pseudo helix-sense-selective polymerisation of achiral substituted acetylenes

Pseudo helix-sense-selective polymerization of achiral substituted acetylenes having dynamic covalent bonds to yield static one-handed helical polymers has been achieved.

Graphical abstract: Pseudo helix-sense-selective polymerisation of achiral substituted acetylenes
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Communication

Irreversible visual sensing of humidity using a cholesteric liquid crystal

Humidity sensing by hydrolysis of a chiral dopant in a cholesteric liquid crystal leading to irreversible color change is demonstrated.

Graphical abstract: Irreversible visual sensing of humidity using a cholesteric liquid crystal
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Communication

Ligand dependence of the synthetic approach and chiroptical properties of a magic cluster protected with a bicyclic chiral thiolate

Camphorthiolate-protected Au25 clusters were synthesised. The optical activity is traced to the chirality of the ligands and is dominated by their orientation rather than their internal structure.

Graphical abstract: Ligand dependence of the synthetic approach and chiroptical properties of a magic cluster protected with a bicyclic chiral thiolate
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Communication

Twists and turns in the hierarchical self-assembly pathways of a non-amphiphilic chiral supramolecular material

A variety of different chiral forms, including unprecedented croissants, are self-assembled from helical supramolecular fibres by varying the processing conditions.

Graphical abstract: Twists and turns in the hierarchical self-assembly pathways of a non-amphiphilic chiral supramolecular material
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Communication

Unexpected stereomutation dependence on the chemical structure of helical vinyl glycopolymers

A small chemical structure change causes a remarkable influence on the stereomutational rate of helical vinyl glycopolymers.

Graphical abstract: Unexpected stereomutation dependence on the chemical structure of helical vinyl glycopolymers
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Communication

Induction of chirality in porphyrin–(bis)calixarene assemblies: a mixed covalent–non-covalent vs a fully non-covalent approach

Two strategies for the syntheses of chiral porphyrin–(bis)calixarene multi-component supramolecular assemblies are reported.

Graphical abstract: Induction of chirality in porphyrin–(bis)calixarene assemblies: a mixed covalent–non-covalent vs a fully non-covalent approach
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Design of main-chain polymers of chiral imidazolidinone for asymmetric organocatalysis application

Main-chain polymers of chiral imidazolidinone are useful as polymeric chiral organocatalysts for the asymmetric Diels–Alder reaction of cyclopentadiene and cinnamaldehyde.

Graphical abstract: Design of main-chain polymers of chiral imidazolidinone for asymmetric organocatalysis application
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Modular synthesis of optically active lactones by Ru-catalyzed asymmetric allylic carboxylation and ring-closing metathesis reaction

A new synthetic route to chiral γ- and δ-lactones has been demonstrated via asymmetric allylic carboxylation with a planar-chiral Cp′Ru catalyst and RCM.

Graphical abstract: Modular synthesis of optically active lactones by Ru-catalyzed asymmetric allylic carboxylation and ring-closing metathesis reaction
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Communication

Promotion effects of optical antipodes on the formation of helical fibrils: chiral perfluorinated gelators

Coiled fibrils are preferably formed by perfluorinated gelators when an optical antipode is added to the surplus amount of chiral aggregates, while crystals are formed immediately from the pure enantiomer form.

Graphical abstract: Promotion effects of optical antipodes on the formation of helical fibrils: chiral perfluorinated gelators
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Communication

A stereoselectively deuterated supramolecular motif to probe the role of solvent during self-assembly processes

The structure of the alkane solvent strongly affects the expression of the supramolecular chirality in stereoselectively deuterated benzene-1,3,5-tricarboxamides.

Graphical abstract: A stereoselectively deuterated supramolecular motif to probe the role of solvent during self-assembly processes
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Communication

Helicity inversion from left- to right-handed square planar Pd(II) complexes: synthesis of a diastereomer pair from a single chiral ligand and their structure dynamism

A diastereomer pair of left- and right-handed square planar Pd(II) complexes was synthesized from a single chiral ligand as kinetic and thermodynamic products. Helicity inversion between the diastereomers occurred rapidly under thermal and microwave irradiation conditions.

Graphical abstract: Helicity inversion from left- to right-handed square planar Pd(ii) complexes: synthesis of a diastereomer pair from a single chiral ligand and their structure dynamism
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Communication

Asymmetric synthesis of α-amino boronate esters via organocatalytic pinacolboryl addition to tosylaldimines

A simple one-pot transformation from tosylaldimines towards chiral 1,2-amino alcohols by enantioselective metal free boryl addition to C[double bond, length as m-dash]N followed by homologation/oxidation.

Graphical abstract: Asymmetric synthesis of α-amino boronate esters via organocatalytic pinacolboryl addition to tosylaldimines
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Communication

Helical phase from blending of chiral block copolymer and homopolymer

A helical phase is formed in the blends of chiral block copolymer due to an enhancement of helical steric hindrance.

Graphical abstract: Helical phase from blending of chiral block copolymer and homopolymer
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Communication

Enantioenrichment in sublimed amino acid mixtures

Enantioenrichment in two-component amino acid mixtures is obtained after sublimation, provided that one converts into a conglomerate phase.

Graphical abstract: Enantioenrichment in sublimed amino acid mixtures
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Communication

Induced mirror symmetry breaking via template-controlled copolymerization: theoretical insights

Calculated ee values of the peptide chains of each chain length l for three starting concentrations (in moles) of the host and guest monomers rtot : rtot : stot : stot.

Graphical abstract: Induced mirror symmetry breaking via template-controlled copolymerization: theoretical insights
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Communication

Efficient dynamic kinetic resolution of racemic secondary alcohols by a chemoenzymatic system using bifunctional iridium complexes with C–N chelate amido ligands

DKR of racemic secondary alcohols was achieved efficiently by the combined catalyst system of bifunctional amidoiridium complexes with CALB.

Graphical abstract: Efficient dynamic kinetic resolution of racemic secondary alcohols by a chemoenzymatic system using bifunctional iridium complexes with C–N chelate amido ligands
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Communication

A triple helix of double helicates: three hierarchical levels of self-assembly in a single structure

A dinuclear double helical complex [Ag2L2]2+ assembles into infinite chains via Ag⋯Ag interactions; three such chains form a triple helical braid in the crystal which therefore displays three distinct levels of supramolecular organisation.

Graphical abstract: A triple helix of double helicates: three hierarchical levels of self-assembly in a single structure
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Communication

Copper(II)/phenanthroline-mediated CD-enhancement and chiral memory effect on a meta-ethynylpyridine oligomer

meta-Ethynylpyridine 18-mer associates with octyl β-D-glucopyranoside to show an induced circular dichroism (ICD) band around 337 nm in CH2Cl2. The ICD was enhanced and memorized by the addition of copper(II) triflate and o-phenanthroline.

Graphical abstract: Copper(ii)/phenanthroline-mediated CD-enhancement and chiral memory effect on a meta-ethynylpyridine oligomer
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Communication

Helical polymer brushes with a preferred-handed helix-sense triggered by a terminal optically active group in the pendant

Helical polymer brushes bearing a polyacetylene backbone and polyisocyanate pendants were synthesized, whose helix-sense was controlled by the chiral domino effect.

Graphical abstract: Helical polymer brushes with a preferred-handed helix-sense triggered by a terminal optically active group in the pendant
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Communication

Chirality induction in metal-induced achiral polythiophene aggregates assisted by optically active amines and polythiophene

An achiral polythiophene formed a unique optically active metal-induced supramolecular aggregate upon complexation with chiral amines or in the presence of a chiral polythiophene in a good solvent for the polymers, thus showing an induced circular dichroism.

Graphical abstract: Chirality induction in metal-induced achiral polythiophene aggregates assisted by optically active amines and polythiophene
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Communication

Giving substance to the Losanitsch series

A series of oligoparaxylenes with multiple axes of chirality was synthesized and their atropisomers were found by variable temperature 1H NMR spectroscopy to obey the Losanitsch series.

Graphical abstract: Giving substance to the Losanitsch series
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Communication

The dynamic chromatographic behavior of tri-o-thymotide on HPLC chiral stationary phases

The interconverting stereoisomers of tri-o-thymotide have been separated by HPLC on chiral stationary phases and the dynamic chromatographic patterns interpreted in terms of exchange between enantiomeric helical and propeller conformations.

Graphical abstract: The dynamic chromatographic behavior of tri-o-thymotide on HPLC chiral stationary phases
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Open Access Communication

Synthesis of chiral ionic liquids by ion cross-metathesis: en route to enantioselective water–ionic liquid extraction (EWILE), an eco-friendly variant of the ELLE process

From two initial ILs two other ILs are obtained by simultaneous ion exchange giving access to an eco-friendly ELLE process.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of chiral ionic liquids by ion cross-metathesis: en route to enantioselective water–ionic liquid extraction (EWILE), an eco-friendly variant of the ELLE process
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Communication

A novel C-5′ substituted cinchona alkaloid-derived catalyst promotes additions of alkyl thiols to nitroolefins with excellent enantioselectivity

A new bifunctional C-5′ substituted cinchona alkaloid-based catalyst promotes the first highly enantioselective additions of alkyl thiols to nitrostyrenes.

Graphical abstract: A novel C-5′ substituted cinchona alkaloid-derived catalyst promotes additions of alkyl thiols to nitroolefins with excellent enantioselectivity
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Communication

Occurrence of spontaneous resolution of ketoprofen with a racemic crystal structure by simple crystallization under nonequilibrium preferential enrichment conditions

Nearly racemic ketoprofen was spontaneously resolved into the two enantiomers by simple crystallization under nonequilibrium preferential enrichment conditions.

Graphical abstract: Occurrence of spontaneous resolution of ketoprofen with a racemic crystal structure by simple crystallization under nonequilibrium preferential enrichment conditions
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Communication

Diastereoselective indium-mediated allylation of N-tert-butanesulfinyl ketimines: easy access to asymmetric quaternary stereocenters bearing nitrogen atoms

Indium-mediated allylation of N-tert-butanesulfinyl ketimines afforded in high yields and diastereoselectivities homoallylic amine derivatives with the nitrogen atom bonded to a quaternary stereocenter.

Graphical abstract: Diastereoselective indium-mediated allylation of N-tert-butanesulfinyl ketimines: easy access to asymmetric quaternary stereocenters bearing nitrogen atoms
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Communication

One-pot Crabbé homologation-radical cascade cyclisation with memory of chirality

The tandem Crabbé homologation-radical rearrangement of terminal enediynes leads, in a one-pot procedure, to the enantioselective synthesis of six- and seven-membered ring α-aminoesters bearing a quaternary stereocenter based on the phenomenon of memory of chirality.

Graphical abstract: One-pot Crabbé homologation-radical cascade cyclisation with memory of chirality
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Communication

Ligand denticity controls enantiomeric preference in DNA-based asymmetric catalysis

The enantiomeric outcome of DNA-based catalytic reactions is controlled by the denticity of the ligand coordinated to the Cu(II) ion.

Graphical abstract: Ligand denticity controls enantiomeric preference in DNA-based asymmetric catalysis
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Communication

Asymmetric assembly of 2-oxindole and α-angelica lactone units to construct vicinal quaternary chiral centers

The first Lewis base-catalysed asymmetric assembly of α-angelica lactone and Morita–Baylis–Hillman carbonates of isatins has been developed.

Graphical abstract: Asymmetric assembly of 2-oxindole and α-angelica lactone units to construct vicinal quaternary chiral centers
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Communication

Mirror symmetry breaking and chiral amplification in foldamer-based supramolecular helical aggregates

A supramolecular growth process based on secondary nucleation controls the chiral amplification of a lock-washer shaped foldamer.

Graphical abstract: Mirror symmetry breaking and chiral amplification in foldamer-based supramolecular helical aggregates
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Communication

A new strategy for chiral recognition of amino acids

A new strategy is established for detecting chiral amino acids based on the electron transfer from hemoglobin Fe(II) to Cu(II) in copper complexes of the amino acids.

Graphical abstract: A new strategy for chiral recognition of amino acids
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Communication

Near-infrared chiro-optical effects in metallogels

Robust chiral gels were obtained from alkane solutions with rationally designed nickel–bis(dithiolene) complexes appended with cholesteryl fragments.

Graphical abstract: Near-infrared chiro-optical effects in metallogels
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Communication

Highly enantioselective Mukaiyama aldol reaction in aqueous conditions using a chiral iron(II) bipyridine catalyst

A highly enantioselective catalytic Mukaiyama aldol reaction of silyl enol ethers with aldehydes in aqueous conditions is described using a chiral FeII–bipyridine complex.

Graphical abstract: Highly enantioselective Mukaiyama aldol reaction in aqueous conditions using a chiral iron(ii) bipyridine catalyst
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Communication

Right- and left-handedness of 21 symmetrical herringbone assemblies of benzene

A universal method to determine handedness of 21 helical assemblies composed of planar aromatic molecules is proposed.

Graphical abstract: Right- and left-handedness of 21 symmetrical herringbone assemblies of benzene
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Communication

Cu-catalyzed asymmetric [3+2] cycloaddition of α-iminoamides with activated olefins

A variety of 2-amido pyrrolidines, including Weinreb-type amides, have been prepared with very high exo diastereoselectivity and enantioselectivitiy in the reaction of α-iminoamides with activated alkenes.

Graphical abstract: Cu-catalyzed asymmetric [3+2] cycloaddition of α-iminoamides with activated olefins
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Communication

Molecular chirality induction to an achiral π-conjugated polymer by circularly polarized light

A preferred-handed helical conformation was reversibly induced to poly(9,9-dioctylfluoren-2,7-diyl) upon irradiation by circularly polarized light as the only source of chirality.

Graphical abstract: Molecular chirality induction to an achiral π-conjugated polymer by circularly polarized light
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This ChemComm web theme issue showcases cutting-edge research in the field of chiral chemistry. The articles will include contributions on asymmetric synthesis, chiral recognition and separation, chiral assembly, supramolecular chirality, foldamers, materials, chiroptical spectroscopy, and the origins and emergence of chirality.

The guest editors for this issue are David Amabilino (Barcelona Materials Science Institute, CSIC) and Eiji Yashima (Nagoya University).

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