1 article(s) from Pinard, Emmanuel
Depiction of the energy levels of a typical organic molecule and the photophysical processes it can...
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General catalytic cycle of a photocatalyst in a photoredox organocatalysed reaction. [cat] – photoc...
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Structures and names of the most common photocatalysts encountered in the reviewed literature.
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General example of a reductive quenching catalytic cycle. [cat] – photocatalyst, [cat]* – photocata...
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General example of an oxidative quenching catalytic cycle. [cat] – photocatalyst, [cat]* – photocat...
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Oxidative coupling of aldehydes and amines to amides using acridinium salt photocatalysis.
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Biologically active molecules containing a benzamide linkage.
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The photocatalytic reduction of amino acids to produce the corresponding free or protected amines.
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The organocatalysed photoredox base-mediated oxidation of thiols to disulfides.
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C-Terminal modification of peptides and proteins using organophotoredox catalysis.
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The reduction and aryl coupling of aryl halides using a doubly excited photocatalyst (PDI).
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Mechanism for the coupling of aryl halides using PDI, which is excited sequentially by two photons.
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The arylation of five-membered heteroarenes using arenediazonium salts under organophotoredox condi...
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The C–H (hetero)arylation of five-membered heterocycles under Eosin Y photocatalysis.
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The C–H sulfurisation of imidazoheterocycles using Eosin B-catalyzed photochemical methods.
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The introduction of the thiocyanate group using Eosin Y photocatalysis.
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Sulfonamidation of pyrroles using oxygen as the terminal oxidant.
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DDQ-catalysed C–H amination of arenes and heteroarenes.
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Photoredox-promoted radical Michael addition reactions of allylic or benzylic carbons.
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Proposed mechanistic rationale for the observed chemoselectivities.
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The photocatalytic manipulation of C–H bonds adjacent to amine groups.
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The perylene-catalysed organophotoredox tandem difluoromethylation–acetamidation of styrene-type al...
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Examples of biologically active molecules containing highly functionalised five membered heterocycl...
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The [3 + 2]-cycloaddition leading to the formation of pyrroles, through the reaction of 2H-azirines...
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Proposed intermediate that determines the regioselectivity of the reaction.
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Comparison of possible pathways of reaction and various intermediates involved.
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The acridinium salt-catalysed formation of oxazoles from aldehydes and 2H-azirines.
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The synthesis of oxazolines and thiazolines from amides and thioamides using organocatalysed photor...
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Biologically active molecules on the market containing 1,3,4-oxadiazole moieties.
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The synthesis of 1,3,4-oxadiazoles from aldehyde semicarbazones using Eosin Y organophotocatalysis.
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The dimerization of primary thioamides to 1,2,4-thiadiazoles catalysed by the presence of Eosin Y a...
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The radical cycloaddition of o-methylthioarenediazonium salts and substituted alkynes towards the f...
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The dehydrogenative cascade reaction for the synthesis of 5,6-benzofused heterocyclic systems.
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Trifluoromethylated version of compounds which have known biological activities.
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Eosin Y-catalysed photoredox formation of 3-substituted benzimidazoles.
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Oxidation of dihydropyrimidines by atmospheric oxygen using photoredox catalysis.
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Photoredox-organocatalysed transformation of 2-substituted phenolic imines to benzoxazoles.
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Visible light-driven oxidative annulation of arylamidines.
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Methylene blue-photocatalysed direct C–H trifluoromethylation of heterocycles.
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Photoredox hydrotrifluoromethylation of terminal alkenes and alkynes.
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Trifluoromethylation and perfluoroalkylation of aromatics and heteroaromatics.
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The cooperative asymmetric and photoredox catalysis towards the functionalisation of α-amino sp3 C–...
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Organophotoredox-catalysed direct C–H amidation of aromatics.
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Direct C–H alkylation of heterocycles using BF3K salts. CFL – compact fluorescent lamp.
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The modification of camptothecin, demonstrating the use of the Molander protocol in LSF.
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Direct C–H amination of aromatics using acridinium salts.
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Photoredox-catalysed nucleophilic aromatic substitution of nucleophiles onto methoxybenzene derivat...
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The direct C–H cyanation of aromatics with a focus on its use for LSF.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 2035–2064, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.179
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