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Visible Light Photocatalysis in Organic Chemistry

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Visible Light Photocatalysis in Organic Chemistry
by Corey R. J. Stephenson and Tehshik P. Yoon
English | 2018 | ISBN: 3527335609 | 456 Pages | ePUB / PDF | 31 MB / 16 MB

Filling the need for a ready reference that reflects the vast developments in this field, this book presents everything from fundamentals, applications, various reaction types, and technical applications.

Edited by rising stars in the scientific community, the text focuses solely on visible light photocatalysis in the context of organic chemistry. This primarily entails photo-induced electron transfer and energy transfer chemistry sensitized by polypyridyl complexes, yet also includes the use of organic dyes and heterogeneous catalysts. A valuable resource to the synthetic organic community, polymer and medicinal chemists, as well as industry professionals.

Corey Stephenson is Professor at University of Michigan. He received his undergraduate degree in chemistry at the University of Waterloo, followed by his PhD at the University of Pittsburgh.

Tehshik P. Yoon is Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. After his graduate studies at Harvard University, he finished his PhD under the guidance of Prof. MacMillan at Caltech, Pasadena and was postdoctoral fellow in the group of Eric Jacobsen at Harvard.







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