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Chiral Discrimination by A Binuclear Pd Complex Sensor using P{H} NMR.

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Summary of "Chiral Discrimination by A Binuclear Pd Complex Sensor using P{H} NMR."

An axially chiral binuclear μ-hydroxo Pd complex (BPHP) first served as an excellent chiral sensor for discriminating a variety of analytes including amino alcohol, amino amide, amino acid, mandelic acid, diol, diamine and monoamine by P{H} NMR. A detailed recognition mechanism was proposed based on single crystal and mass spectrum of Pd-complexes. In general, BPHP sensor, through extracting the acidic hydrogen of an analyte by its Pd-OH group, forms stable diastereomeric complexes with two enantiomers of the analyte giving well distinguishable split P{H} NMR signals for chiral discrimination.

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Name: Analytical chemistry
ISSN: 1520-6882
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