Enantioselective electrocatalysis is emerging as an increasingly versatile tool in organic synthesis. Now, by applying asymmetric Lewis acid catalysis with an elaborated ligand design, radical electrochemical amination is accomplished with full selectivity control.
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von Münchow, T., Ackermann, L. Radical approach for enantioselective amination. Nat. Synth (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s44160-023-00379-3