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Solvent Induced Enantioselectivity Reversal in a Chiral Metal Organic Framework
preprintsubmitted on 24.10.2020, 10:19 and posted on 27.10.2020, 10:24 by Benjamin Slater, Matthew Hill, Bradley P. Ladewig
Solvent induced enantioselectivity reversal is a rarely reported phenomenon in porous homochiral materials. Similar behaviour has been studied in chiral HPLC, where minor mobile phase modifications can induce elution order reversal. We report the first instance of solvent-induced enantioselectivity reversal for homochiral MOF ZnBLD, highlighting the complex enantioselectivity behaviour