UE Asymmetric synthesis

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The aim of this course is to present the major synthetic tools to control the asymmetry in the formation of stereogenic centers.  The following topic will be presented: the principle of asymmetric transformation, asymmetric reduction and oxidation, enantioselective nucleophilic additions, cycloadditions and aldolisations. In addition, the students will have to make an oral presentation on a particular bibliographic topic.