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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2011, 7, 525–542, doi:10.3762/bjoc.7.61
Photochemistry of benzene.
Three distinct modes of photocycloaddition of arenes to alkenes.
Mode selectivity with respect of the free enthalpy of the radical ion pair formation.
Photocycloaddition shows lack of mode selectivity.
Mechanism of the meta photocycloaddition.
Evidence of biradiacal involved in meta photocycloaddition by Reedich and Sheridan.
Regioselectivity with electron withdrawing and electron donating substituents.
Closure of cyclopropyl ring affords regioisomers.
Endo versus exo product in the photocycloaddition of pentene to anisole .
Regio- and stereoselectivity in the photocycloaddition of cyclopentene with a protected isoindoline....
2,6- and 1,3-addition in intramolecular approach.
Linear and angularly fused isomers can be obtained upon intramolecular 1,3-addition.
Synthesis of α-cedrene via diastereoselective meta photocycloaddition.
Asymmetric meta photocycloaddition introduced by chirality of tether at position 2.
Enantioselective meta photocycloaddition in β-cyclodextrin cavity.
Further diversification possibilities of the meta photocycloaddition product.
Double [3 + 2] photocycloaddition reaction affording fenestrane.
Total synthesis of Penifulvin B.
Towards the total synthesis of Lacifodilactone F.
Regioselectivity of ortho photocycloaddition in polarized intermediates.
Exo and endo selectivity in ortho photocycloaddition.
Ortho photocycloaddition of alkanophenones.
Photocycloadditions to naphtalenes usually in an [2 + 2] mode .
Ortho photocycloaddition followed by rearrangements.
Stable [2 + 2] photocycloadducts.
Ortho photocycloadditions with alkynes.
Intramolecular ortho photocycloaddition and rearrangement thereof.
Intramolecular ortho photocycloaddition to access propellanes.
Para photocycloaddition with allene.
Photocycloadditions of dianthryls.
Photocycloaddition of enone with benzene.
Intramolecular photocycloaddition affording multicyclic compounds via [4 + 2].
Photocycloaddition described by Sakamoto et al.
Proposed mechanism by Sakamoto et al.
Photocycloaddition described by Jones et al.
Proposed mechanism for the formation of benzoxepine by Jones et al.
Photocycloaddition observed by Griesbeck et al.
Mechanism proposed by Griesbeck et al.
Intramolecular photocycloaddition of allenes to benzaldehydes.