This review will focus on the recent applications of chiral Schiff base in asymmetric catalysis. The developments in the preparation and use of chiral Schiff base in a variety of asymmetric transformations will be covered. Some remarkable characteristics and catalytic mechanisms of these reactions will be mentioned and the limitations of some asymmetric reactions will be also discussed.
Keywords: Schiff base, asymmetric catalysis, synthetic methods, enantioselectivity, mechanism, asymmetric transformation, Hetero-Diels-Alder reaction, Aldol reaction, Strecker reaction, Baeyer, –, Villiger oxidation, diethylzinc, BINOL, Hetero-Diels, Alder reaction, HDA, tetrahydropyranones, NOBIN, hetero dienophile, Ene reaction, SEGPHOS-Pd complex, ethyl glyoxylate, TIBS, Mannich reaction, Cu-Sm-Schiff base catalyst, Ni2-Schiff base complex, Asymmetric Strecker Reaction, Zn(salen) complex, Schiff base catalyst, Boc-tert-leucine, ROESY, NOESY, NMR, trimethylsilylcyanation, dinuclear dicyanide complex, single-wall carbon nanotube, Aldol Reaction, Henry Reaction, Cyclopropanation, EDA, Tridentate Schiff base chromium complex, Cubis complex, Sulfoxidation, UHP, FABMS, Ethyl Mandelate, X-ray crystallography, Borohydride Reduction
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