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Photocatalysis in Organic Synthesis – Past, Present, and Future

König, Burkhard


The use of visible light as a catalyst in organic reactions has developed greatly in the last decade as a result of the increasing urge to implement energy-efficient and green processes and through the availability of light-emitting diodes as convenient sources of visible light. Although photoredox reactions with visible light have been used in a broad range of transformations, the mechanism behind these reactions needs to be understood to design better catalytic systems.

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