Expanding the toolbox of asymmetric organocatalysis by continuous-flow process
Despite all the organic chemistry reaction methodologies already developed for the continuous-flow process, asymmetric synthesis is one that has gained less attention. Since the pioneering work of Barbas and MacMillan, organocatalysis has emerged as the third pillar of asymmetric catalysis. In this review, we present a survey of literature regarding the use of organocatalysis under continuous-flow conditions.
- This article is part of the themed collection: Recent Advances in Flow Synthesis and Continuous Processing