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Micelles as a reaction environment

Microstructured, aqueous solutions allow for a photocatalytic activation of alkyl chlorides

Dr. Maciej Giedyk, Prof. Dr. Burkhard König

Photoredox catalysis has developed into a powerful tool for the synthesis of organic compounds with diverse structures. However, the high stability of carbon-chloride bonds has long hampered the use of cheap and readily available chloroalkanes as substrates.

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