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Therefore, the asymmetric autocatalysis is sufficiently applicable as a chiral sensor for saturated tertiary hydrocarbons. 2]paracyclophanes [112, 113] serve as chiral initiators in this asymmetric autocatalysis. 2 Asymmetric Autocatalysis Initiated by Isotopically Chiral Primary Alcohols Chiral compounds whose chirality is due to the replacement of hydrogen by deuterium are important from the standpoint of organic stereochemistry and biochemistry [114, 115]. 0004 nm [116, 117]. Thus, unlike other enantiomers whose chirality results from the difference in the number of protons in the atomic nucleus, these isotopic enantiomers are considered to show only very small differences in asymmetric reactions and recognition.

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