In situ Reduction in Photocycloadditions: A Method to Prevent Secondary Photoreactions.
811 - 814.
Secondary photoreactions are a common cause for the low yields often observed in photochemical reactions, preventing their widespread deployment in synthesis. In situ reductions which remove the chromophore from the product as it is formed provide a convenient method to prevent these secondary photoreactions.
|Title:||In situ Reduction in Photocycloadditions: A Method to Prevent Secondary Photoreactions|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS
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