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By Franz P. Schmidtchen (auth.), Ivan Stibor (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540232478

ISBN-13: 9783540232476

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ISBN-13: 9783540314615

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Thorough NMR studies as well as molecular modeling experiments have been applied to explain this efficiency. The structure of the complex of 30 with both enantiomers of N-Ac-Val has been calculated using the Monte Carlo method. Whereas the L-enantiomer is bound to carbamoyl NH in position 12 of the steroid skeleton with its acetyl oxygen, the D-enantiomer is bound to the same place by the oxygen of the carboxylate moiety (see Fig. 2 Å by rotation about the N–Ph bond. The valyl methyls are close to the aromatic rings of the receptor, and are in quite different environments; hence it is not surprising that one is shifted upfield in the NMR spectrum of the complex.

As expected, the aromatic amino acids were preferred (40% extraction efficiency for L-Phe and L-Trp). In the organic phase, no valine was detected. 5%, D-Phe<2%). The same principle follows for the receptor 13, designed and synthesized by Schmidtchen [39]. Both recognition structural units have been changed. The aromatic naphthoyl group has been substituted with the bulkier diphenyl-tertbutylsilyl group and the aza-18-crown-6 unit by a symmetrical triaza analog that is known to recognize the ammonium cation with high selectivity against alkali metal cations.

Schmidtchen the non-monotonous sequence of affinities in the halide series, favouring bromide as the best-fitting guest with respect to size. Although devoid of any catalytically active functionality, the larger host 2 proved functional as a molecular catalyst by virtue of its capacity to stabilize highly delocalized anionic transition states as they occur, for instance in nucleophilic aromatic substitutions. e. a micro-solvent effect) [29]. The efficiency of ammonium hosts can be much enhanced if, supplementary to the charge, hydrogen bonding can be exploited.

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