The salts of racemic acids with racemic amines, of which the enantiopure component is a good resolving agent for the corresponding counterpart in diastereomeric resolution, have an extremely high tendency to be conglomerates: the results of diastereomeric resolutions are highly informative for the prediction of conglomerates, which can be enantioseparated by preferential crystallization developed independently from diastereomeric resolution over one and a half centuries.
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- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry