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List of photoredox catalysts used for C–H bond functionalizations.
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List of metal-based photoredox catalysts used in this review article.
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Photoredox catalysis via reductive or oxidative pathways. D = donor, A = acceptor, S = substrate, P...
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Schematic representation of the combination of photoredox catalysis and transition metal catalysis.
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Weinreb amide C–H olefination.
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Mechanism for the formation of 21 from 19 using photoredox catalyst 11.
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C–H olefination of phenolic ethers.
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Decarboxylative acylation of acetanilides.
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Mechanism for the formation of 30 from acetanilide derivatives.
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Synthesis of fluorenone derivatives by intramolecular deoxygenative acylation of biaryl carboxylic ...
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Mechanism for the photoredox-catalyzed synthesis of fluorenone derivatives.
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Synthesis of benzothiazoles via aerobic C–H thiolation.
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Plausible mechanism for the construction of benzothiazoles from benzothioamides.
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Synthesis of benzothiazoles via oxidant-free C–H thiolation.
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Mechanism involved in the synthesis of benzothiazoles via oxidant-free C–H thiolation.
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Synthesis of indoles via C–H cyclization of anilides with alkynes.
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Preparation of 3-trifluoromethylcoumarins via C–H cyclization of arylpropiolate esters.
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Mechanistic pathway for the synthesis of coumarin derivatives via C–H cyclization.
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Monobenzoyloxylation without chelation assistance.
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Plausible mechanism for the formation of 71 from 70.
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Aryl-substituted arenes prepared by inorganic photoredox catalysis using 12a.
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Proposed mechanism for C–H arylations in the presence of 12a and a Pd catalyst.
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Arylation of purines via dual photoredox catalysis.
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Arylation of substituted arenes with an organic photoredox catalyst.
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Proposed mechanism for the trifluoromethylation of 88.
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Synthesis of benzo-3,4-coumarin derivatives.
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Plausible mechanism for the synthesis of substituted coumarins.
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Oxidant-free oxidative phosphonylation.
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Mechanism proposed for the phosphonylation reaction of 100.
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Nitration of anilines.
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Plausible mechanism for the nitration of aniline derivatives via photoredox catalysis.
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Synthesis of carbazoles via intramolecular amination.
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Proposed mechanism for the formation of carbazoles from biaryl derivatives.
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Synthesis of substituted phenols using QuCN.
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Mechanism for the synthesis of phenol derivatives with photoredox catalyst 8.
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Synthesis of substituted phenols with DDQ (5).
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Possible mechanism for the generation of phenols with the aid of photoredox catalyst 5.
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Aerobic bromination of arenes using an acridinium-based photocatalyst.
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Aerobic bromination of arenes with anthraquinone.
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Proposed mechanism for the synthesis of monobrominated compounds.
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Chlorination of benzene derivatives with Mes-Acr-MeClO4 (2).
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Mechanism for the synthesis of 131 from 132.
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Chlorination of arenes with 4CzIPN (5a).
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Plausible mechanism for the oxidative photocatalytic monochlorination using 5a.
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Monofluorination using QuCN-ClO4 (8).
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Fluorination with fluorine-18.
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Aerobic amination with acridinium catalyst 3a.
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Plausible mechanism for the aerobic amination using acridinium catalyst 3a.
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Aerobic aminations with semiconductor photoredox catalyst 18.
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Perfluoroalkylation of arenes.
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Synthesis of benzonitriles in the presence of 3a.
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Plausible mechanism for the synthesis of substituted benzonitrile derivatives in the presence of 3a....
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020, 16, 248–280, doi:10.3762/bjoc.16.26
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