By V. Ramamurthy, Kirk S. Schanze
This article discusses di-p-methane rearrangements through radical-cation intermediates, the photo-Fries rearrangement in equipped media and of biologically energetic compounds, electron move resulting in fragmentation, dimerization, and nucleophilic seize, and the characterization and reactivity of photochemically generated phenylene bis(diradical) species. The authors show experimental and computational concepts for the learn of phenylene-linked carbenes and nitrenes. Brimming with over 900 references, Photochemistry of natural Molecules in Isotropic and Anisotropic Media is important for execs and scholars in photochemistry; chemical engineering; fabrics and semiconductor technological know-how; and natural, inorganic, and actual chemistry.
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Something worth noting about the photoreactivity of 2-aza-1,4-dienes under DCA sensitization is that some of the products obtained result from the rearrangement of radical-cations centered on the CMC double bond, whereas in other Scheme 17 Advances in Di--methane Photochemistry 27 cases, the observed photoproducts come from radical-cations centered in the CMN double bond. Thus, for example, the formation of compound 88 in the photoreaction of 68 is promoted by 1,2-phenyl migration to a radical-cation centered in the CMC double bond, as shown in Scheme 14.
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Photochemistry of Organic Molecules in Isotropic and Anisotropic Media by V. Ramamurthy, Kirk S. Schanze