Chiral Polyamides Having L-Glutamyl Residue as a Component

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Polyamides with chiral environment were obtained from aromatic diamine, 1,3-phenylenediamine (1,3-PDA) or 1,4- phenylenediamine (1,4-PDA), and N-α-benzoyl-L-glutamic acid (Benzoyl-L-Glu). The optical rotation ([α]D) for 1,3- PDA-Benzoyl-L-Glu was determined to be 3.7 deg cm2 g–1, while that for 1,4-PDA-Benzoyl-L-Glu to be 9.7 deg cm2 g–1. 1,3-PDA-Benzoyl-L-Glu showed adsorption selectivity toward D-Glu and its adsorption selectivity was determined to be 1.68. Contrary to this, 1,4-PDA-Benzoyl-L-Glu showed adsorption selectivity toward L-Glu and the adsorption selectivity toward L-Glu was determined to be 1.33. From those results, those two types of chiral polyamide are expected to applicable to chiral separation or chiral recognition.

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Y. Ikeuchi, M. Yoshikawa, H. Yoshida, H. Yamanishi and S. Sakurai, "Chiral Polyamides Having L-Glutamyl Residue as a Component," Open Journal of Polymer Chemistry, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2012, pp. 125-131. doi: 10.4236/ojpchem.2012.24017.

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