Nagoya University

Graduate Program of Transformative Chem-Bio Research



Summary of lecture: The synthesis of enantiopure molecules featuring a fluorine atom or a
fluorinated motif has stimulated considerable interest. The subtle effects of fluorine atom(s) on the
course of asymmetric reactions often offer interesting results when compared with the chemistry of
non-fluorinated molecules. The asymmetric construction of fluorinated molecules can be
approached either by direct introduction of a fluorinated group or by transformation of prostereogenic
fluorinated substrates. In this context, we have investigated various approaches which will be
presented in my lecture.
4:30 pm ~ 6:00 pm, Fri., 3rd June, 2022
121 Lecture Room, 2F, Eng. Build. No. 1
Host: Kazuaki Ishihara (x3331)ishihara<at> (<at>→@)

★GTR international students only
This seminar is "GTR Lecture series on multidisciplinary problems (1pt)".
Enroll in gtr e-portfolio (Dead line: May 30).Grades will be judged by report. Report submission from NUCT by June 10.