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4. Hence the enantiomer excess of the reaction product can be higher than the initial enantiomer excess of the catalyst. As can be seen from Fig. 4, the monomeric catalyst forms zinc chelate, which acts as a template for both the zinc alkyl reactant (the alkyl group is delivered from an exogenous zinc alkyl) and the aldehyde. A combination of steric and electronic effects leads to the observed enantioselectivity. There are a proliﬁc number of chiral aminoalcohols that function as catalysts for the asymmetric alkylation reaction, and the indicated chelation is believed to provide a universal component of the mechanism.