By M. Kaloustian
Within the final sector century there were in simple terms seminal contributions within the box of natural stereochemistry - either via Kurt Mislow and his coworkers - ones that experience clarified the elemental suggestions of stereotopicity and chirotopicity. now not withstanding a couple of different sporadic contributions via others, to this point there were no systematic makes an attempt to unify and advance the conceptual framework and terminology of natural stereochemistry. present phrases are often misused or abused, wanted phrases - redundant, complicated or debatable - are invented randomly, and but different wanted phrases haven't visible the sunshine of day. This three-part paintings provides the weather of an easy, uniform and accomplished language of the stereochemical underpinnings of natural chemistry. it's crucial interpreting for commercial chemists, graduate scholars, college professors and business researchers within the box of natural Stereochemistry.
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Junctivity Matrix of a Ternary System ABC X. Net Atom Junctivity (ja), Molecular Junctivity (jm), Process Junctivity (JforJrev) It is possible to evaluate the junctivity of the overall forward or reverse junctive/disjunctive process numerically, by analyzing the changes in junctivity/disjunctivity at each of the participating/reacting atoms. Such an analysis requires defining net atom junctivity (ja) for a 21 given reacting atom, simplex junctivity (js) for each reacting simplex, and molecular junctivity (jm) for each molecule/molecular fragment.
In contradistinction, the two enantiomers in racemate (±)-40 react at accidentally-equal rates to give nonracemic cis-41 (68% ee) and nonracemic trans-42 (68% ee) (cis/trans = 1:1). No kinetic resolution of either (±)-37 or (±)-40 takes place. Aselective morpholysis, is exemplified by the controlled saponification of dimethyl cyclohexanedicarboxylate (43) to give monocarboxylic acid 44. The reactant diester reacts at two distinct (albeit equivalent) sites within the molecule; however, the relative rates of these processes cannot be ascertained by following the consumption of the only substrate.
In contrast, net atom junctivity of X (jj) characterizes a change in bonding of X for a specified process involving molecule M (from ground state to transition state/other ground state (intermediate, or product)), or from transition state to ground state (reactant, product, or intermediate). 21 below, the divalent, monocoordinate oxygen of HMPA 286a is monojunctive, whereas the corresponding divalent, monocoordinate O in 286b is bijunctive. 21. Valency, Coordination Number, and Atom Junctivity T h e s e e x a m p l e s s h o w t h a t atom junctivity• Idisjunctivity concepts of valency and coordination number.
Concepts and Terminology in Organic Stereochemistry by M. Kaloustian