E/Z Photoisomerization of Olefins as an Emergent Strategy for the Control of Stereodivergence in Catalysis
EntityUAM. Departamento de Química Orgánica
10.1002/adsc.202200199Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 364.8 (2022): 1348-1370
ISSN1615-4150 (print); 1615-4169 (online)
Funded byWe thank the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN) and Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER, UE) for financial support (Agencia Estatal de Investigación/project PGC2018-098660-B-I00). J. C. thanks the Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes for a FPU fellowship. We thank Inés Manjón for helpful suggestions. We thank Maria T. Quirós for the design and creation of the TOC graphic of this review. We also thank the referees of this review for their comments, which helped improve the quality of the manuscript
SubjectsEnergy Transfer Catalysis; E/Z photoisomerization; photocatalysis; stereodivergent catalysis; stereoselective olefin synthesis; Química
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The stereoselective photoisomerization of olefins via Energy Transfer (EnT) sensitization bears significant potential in the context of rational design of catalytic stereodivergent methodologies. Whereas approaches for controlling the access to E- and Z- isomers depend highly on the nature of the catalyst – and therefore are not easily implemented as a general strategy – EnT catalysis has emerged in recent years as an increasingly powerful tool for olefin geometry control in a nearly perfect step-economic fashion. Moreover, this approach presents both high functional group tolerance and, most notably, has demonstrated ample multicatalytic compatibility. This feature has enabled the development of tandem stereodivergent catalytic strategies, which are the focus of this Review. (Figure presented.)
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Google Scholar:Corpas Pardo, Javier - Mauleón Pérez, Pablo - Gómez Arrayas, Ramón Jesús - Carretero Gonzálvez, Juan Carlos
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