A perpentylated β-cyclodextrin stationary phase permits the unproblematic enantiomer separation of chiral olefins. Even acyclic olefins such as 1, which is formed in the enantioselective reaction between pentadiene and ethene at a chiral iron catalyst, can be separated; this makes possible a simple determination of the enantiomeric yield.
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