Buchler Glossary


Bromination is a chemical reaction in which bromine or a bromine-containing compound reacts with a substance. Finally bromine is being added to the compound.

Please find some more examples of Bromination promoted by Cinchona Alkaloids in our Buchler Chiral Catalyst Search.

Example from literature

Asymmetric bromolactonization using amino-thiocarbamate catalyst. (Zhou et al.; J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132(44), 15474-15476.)


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