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Hari, Durga Prasad and König, Burkhard (2014) Synthetic applications of eosin Y in photoredox catalysis. Chemical Communications 50, pp. 6688-6699.

Hari, Durga Prasad and Hering, Thea and König, Burkhard (2014) The Photoredox-Catalyzed Meerwein Addition Reaction: Intermolecular Amino-Arylation of Alkenes. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53, pp. 725-728.

Hari, Durga Prasad and Hering, Thea and König, Burkhard (2013) Synthetic applications of aryl diazonium salts enabled by visible light photoredox catalysis. Chimica Oggi - Chemistry Today 31, pp. 59-63.

Hari, Durga Prasad and König, Burkhard (2013) The Photocatalyzed Meerwein Arylation: Classic Reaction of Aryl Diazonium Salts in a New Light. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52, pp. 4734-4743.

Schroll, Peter and Hari, Durga Prasad and König, Burkhard (2012) Photocatalytic Arylation of Alkenes, Alkynes and Enones with Diazonium Salts. ChemistryOpen 1 (3), pp. 130-133.

Hari, Durga Prasad and Schroll, Peter and König, Burkhard (2012) Metal-Free, Visible-Light-Mediated Direct C−H Arylation of Heteroarenes with Aryl Diazonium Salts. Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (134), pp. 2958-2961.

Hari, Durga Prasad and Hering, Thea and König, Burkhard (2012) Visible Light Photocatalytic Synthesis of Benzothiophenes. Organic Letters 14, pp. 5334-5337.

Hering, Thea and Hari, Durga Prasad and König, Burkhard (2012) Visible-Light-Mediated α-Arylation of Enol Acetates Using Aryl
Diazonium Salts.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 77 (22), pp. 10347-10352.

Hari, Durga Prasad and König, Burkhard (2011) Eosin Y Catalyzed Visible Light Oxidative C-C and C-P bond Formation. Organic Letters 13 (15), pp. 3852-3855.

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