Stereochemistry of steroids ppt

In this hypothetical example of an interaction between a chiral stationary phase (left) with an enantiomer of a biphenyl derivative (right), there is a three-point interaction, with the carboxy groups aligning with the amino groups and the aromatics lining up with each other to form pi stacking interactions. The enantiomer of this biphenyl would not be able to have all three of these interactions because its groups would not be aligned correctly, and, consequently, it would stick less to the chiral stationary phase and filter off the column first.

Stereochemistry of steroids ppt

stereochemistry of steroids ppt

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