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DIOP) can be made water soluble by functionalization with oligo- or polyoxyalkylenic groups. Easily available, large, synthetic or natural molecules offer themselves for further functionalization with donor atoms or groups. Among the natural substances carbohydrates make an obvious choice, not the least because of their chirality. In cases of macroligands of appropriate structure, exemplified by cyclodextrins, molecular recognition may increase the aqueous solubility of the substrate and may contribute to the rate and selectivity of its catalytic transformation.