Definition of Chemoselectivity. Meaning of Chemoselectivity. Synonyms of Chemoselectivity

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- Chemoselectivity is the preferential outcome of a chemical reaction over a set of possible alternative reactions. In another definition, chemoselectivity...
- pH), shorter reaction times, higher yields, simplified workups, high chemoselectivity, tolerance of sensitive functional groups, and a long shelf life. However...
- sacrificial alcohol. The advantages of the MPV reduction lie in its high chemoselectivity, and its use of a cheap environmentally friendly metal catalyst. The...
- nitrogen towards the carbonyl group. This reactivity difference allows chemoselectivity when a reactant contains multiple carbonyl groups. An instructive example...
- is particularly advantageous in some preparations due to its higher chemoselectivity relative to other po****r reducing agents such as lithium aluminium...
- in biology Reactivity–selectivity principle, in general chemistry Chemoselectivity, a term used in organic chemistry to describe reactivity of one functional...
- conditions used, of the second (S-to-N acyl shift) amide-forming step. Chemoselectivity of NCL : No side-products are formed from reaction with the other functional...
- molecule by chemical modification of a functional group to obtain chemoselectivity in a subsequent chemical reaction. It plays an important role in multistep...
- wide range of different types of ketones in both a stereoselective and chemoselective manner. Substrates include a large variety of aryl-aliphatic, di-aliphatic...
- couple with chlorinated arenes. This low reactivity is the basis for chemoselectivity for nickel insertion into the C–Br bond of bromochlorobenzene using...
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