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0; Now, the dependence of the optical yield on the electronic effect of the substituent is apparent. Instead of the para-substituent constant, which is a direct measure of the electron density at the reaction center, the meta-substituent constant is a suitable measure to the electron density in the aromatic ring. Since it is this aromatic ring which is involved in the intermolecular charge transfer interaction at the transition state of the reaction, we have to deal 61 ) Table 23. Reduction of substituted propiophenones by magnesium chloride.
E. n of BSA-S-NAH with the free substrate does not exert stereoselectlvlty. This is in contrast to the fact described above that the reaction between a substrate trapped on BSA and a free reactant (NaBH 4 or 57 HH OCONH-BSA N I Pr BSA-N-NAH Table 20. BSA-S-NAH. e. [%] 5 5 10 11 17 15 Config. R R R R R R PNAH) exerts stereoselectivity. e. from the latter system are higher than those from the BSA-S-NAH (Table 18). Thus, it is likely that the factors determining the stereoselectivities in these two systems differ from each other and that, in the modified system, protein-protein interaction between BSA which binds a substrate and BSA which is modified with 1,4-dihydropyridine is important.
The reduction of a carbonyl compound which has a cationic part (ammonium ion) was accelerated by this reductant due to favorable association of the substrate with the polyether moiety. The approach using cyclodextrin as a binding site has also been developed. Cyclodextrins are widely utilized in biomimetic chemistry as simple models for an enzyme because they have the ability to form inclusion complexes with a variety of molecules and because they have catalytic activity toward some reactions. Kojima et al.