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Synthesis, configuration and characteristics of the enantiomers of the plant growth regulators triapenthenol (RSW 0411)

, : Synthesis, configuration and characteristics of the enantiomers of the plant growth regulators triapenthenol (RSW 0411). Pflanzenschutz Nachrichten Bayer English ed 41(3): 340-353

Two different ways of synthesizing the enantiomers of triapenthenol (RSW 0411) are described. One way is by racemate separation with diastereomeric esterification of the menthyloxyacetates, the other is by enantioselective reduction. Each of the 2 enantiomers can be synthesized separately during the reduction process, depending on which antipode of the chiral reagent is used.

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