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Photoredox Catalysis in Organic Chemistry

Author(s): Lauren Perez*

In organic chemistry, photoredox catalysis has emerged as a potent method for activating tiny compounds. These methods in general depend on the ability of metal complexes and organic dyes to transform visible light into chemical energy by engaging in single electron transfer with organic substrates and producing reactive intermediates. The ability of photo redox catalysis to quickly build novel reaction pathways is highlighted in this perspective, with a focus on multicatalytic techniques that make it possible to create difficult carbon and carbon-heteroatom bonds.

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