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Visible-light Photoredox Catalysis
The application of radical chemistry towards organic synthesis is well-developed and wide-reaching, though often hampered by a dependence on toxic radical initiators.
Micro Photochemical Reactor
Synthetic chemists’ interest in photocatalysis has grown dramatically over the last decade, with an increasing number of leading research groups contributing innovative new methods and applications for utilizing visible light in organic synthesis.
KitAlysis™ High-Throughput Photocatalysis Reaction Screening Kit
The PhotoKitAlysis Reaction Kit was designed to provide the best possible chance of finding good reaction conditions for cross-coupling reactions: pre-weighed base or base solution (provided), 10–20 mmol coupling partner (user supplied), 10 mmol aryl halide substrate (user supplied), Catalysts
Nicewicz Photoredox Catalysts for Anti-Markovnikov Alkene Hydrofunctionalization
While Markovnikov alkene reactivity is very well developed and utilized commonly in the synthesis of commodity and research chemicals, catalytic access to the anti-Markovnikov-selective adducts is a much less-developed endeavor.
Scale-Up Guide: Photocatalysis Reaction
Scale-Up Guide for Photocatalysis Reaction to best enable scale-up success with High-Throughput Screening Kit.
Reducing Organic Photoredox Catalysts for Visible Light-Driven Polymer and Small Molecule Synthesis
Photoredox catalysis is a powerful synthetic methodology to form challenging covalent bonds using light irradiation. It is effective for light-driven polymer and small molecule synthesis.
Photoredox Iridium Catalyst for Single Electron Transfer (SET) Cross-Coupling
Csp2- and Csp-hybridized coupling reactions are established catalytic approaches. However, multi-step Csp3- and Csp2-coupling reactions of boronic acids and related derivatives are still limited by ineffective two-electron transmetalation reactions.