Visible Light-Mediated Generation of Nitrogen-Centered Radicals: Metal-Free Hydroimination- and Iminohydroxylation-Cyclization ReactionsCitation formats

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  • Jacob Davies
  • Samuel G. Booth
  • Stephanie Essafi
  • Robert A W Dryfe
  • Daniele Leonori

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Visible Light-Mediated Generation of Nitrogen-Centered Radicals: Metal-Free Hydroimination- and Iminohydroxylation-Cyclization Reactions. / Davies, Jacob; Booth, Samuel G.; Essafi, Stephanie; Dryfe, Robert A W; Leonori, Daniele.

In: Angewandte Chemie (International Edition), Vol. 54, No. 47, 28.09.2015, p. 14017-14021.

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Davies, J, Booth, SG, Essafi, S, Dryfe, RAW & Leonori, D 2015, 'Visible Light-Mediated Generation of Nitrogen-Centered Radicals: Metal-Free Hydroimination- and Iminohydroxylation-Cyclization Reactions' Angewandte Chemie (International Edition), vol. 54, no. 47, pp. 14017-14021. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201507641

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Davies, Jacob ; Booth, Samuel G. ; Essafi, Stephanie ; Dryfe, Robert A W ; Leonori, Daniele. / Visible Light-Mediated Generation of Nitrogen-Centered Radicals: Metal-Free Hydroimination- and Iminohydroxylation-Cyclization Reactions. In: Angewandte Chemie (International Edition). 2015 ; Vol. 54, No. 47. pp. 14017-14021.

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title = "Visible Light-Mediated Generation of Nitrogen-Centered Radicals: Metal-Free Hydroimination- and Iminohydroxylation-Cyclization Reactions",
abstract = "The formation and use of iminyl radicals in novel and divergent hydroimination and iminohydroxylation cyclization reactions has been accomplished through the design of a new class of reactive O-aryl oximes. Owing to their low reduction potentials, the inexpensive organic dye eosin Y could be used as the photocatalyst of the organocatalytic hydroimination reaction. Furthermore, reaction conditions for a unique iminohydroxylation were identified; visible-light-mediated electron transfer from novel electron donor–acceptor complexes of the oximes and Et3N was proposed as a key step of this process.",
author = "Jacob Davies and Booth, {Samuel G.} and Stephanie Essafi and Dryfe, {Robert A W} and Daniele Leonori",
note = "D.L. thanks the European Union for a Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (PCIG13-GA-2013-631556) and the School of Chemistry at the University of Manchester for generous support",
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AU - Dryfe, Robert A W

AU - Leonori, Daniele

N1 - D.L. thanks the European Union for a Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (PCIG13-GA-2013-631556) and the School of Chemistry at the University of Manchester for generous support

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N2 - The formation and use of iminyl radicals in novel and divergent hydroimination and iminohydroxylation cyclization reactions has been accomplished through the design of a new class of reactive O-aryl oximes. Owing to their low reduction potentials, the inexpensive organic dye eosin Y could be used as the photocatalyst of the organocatalytic hydroimination reaction. Furthermore, reaction conditions for a unique iminohydroxylation were identified; visible-light-mediated electron transfer from novel electron donor–acceptor complexes of the oximes and Et3N was proposed as a key step of this process.

AB - The formation and use of iminyl radicals in novel and divergent hydroimination and iminohydroxylation cyclization reactions has been accomplished through the design of a new class of reactive O-aryl oximes. Owing to their low reduction potentials, the inexpensive organic dye eosin Y could be used as the photocatalyst of the organocatalytic hydroimination reaction. Furthermore, reaction conditions for a unique iminohydroxylation were identified; visible-light-mediated electron transfer from novel electron donor–acceptor complexes of the oximes and Et3N was proposed as a key step of this process.

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