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Progress in photocatalysis for organic synthesis over the last 15 years has been undeniably rapid. The number of transformations enabled by visible light has exploded as have new reactor technologies and the availability of structurally diverse photocatalysts. This perspective takes stock of the advances made and highlights the benefits of employing photocatalysis towards the synthesis of compounds, but also identifies critical challenges to be overcome as photocatalysis enters a new era of ever-widening adoption.
- Photoredox catalysis
- Organic synthesis
- Single-electron transfer
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H2020 MSC-ITN Eli Zysman-Colman: Photocatalysis as a tool for synthetic organic chemistry (PhotoReAct)
1/01/21 → 31/12/24