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Cas No. 140924-50-1, (DHQ)2PHAL

  • 140924-50-1

  • C48H54N6O4

  • 779.0

  • 1.30±0.1

  • 178

  • White to Off-White

  • N

  • 1 week

  • ISO 9001

  • CDMO



Hydroquinine 1,4-(2,3-diazanaphthalene) Diether is a type of chiral catalyst and belongs to a class called cinchona alkaloids derivatives. Quinine is an extremely renowned natural medicine that has saved countless lives. In fact, it's considered to have had substantial influence on the course of human development. Based on chemical structure, quinine falls under the quinoline class of alkaloids. And this class of alkaloids is thought to be derived from ortho-aminobenzoic acid (o-aminobenzoicacid), and its parent structure contains a quinoline parent frame. Quinoline alkaloids form one of the largest and structurally most complex alkaloid classes. The molecular composition, stereochemical structure, stereosynthesis, and biological activity research of these alkaloids capture the attention of many organic chemists and pharmaceutical researchers.


The Hydroquinine 1,4-(2,3-diazanaphthalene) Diether is applied in the asymmetric dihydroxylation of unsaturated esters and trisubstituted carbon-carbon double bonds (C=C). Its unique chemical structure and chiral catalytic properties play a pivotal role in this process, resulting in desired products efficiently and effectively.