Organic and metal-catalyzed electrosynthesis

The metalcatalysed electrosynthesis proceeds by a double activation: For reproduction of material from PPS: Information about reproducing material from RSC articles with different licences is available on our Permission Requests page.

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Request permissions Organic electrosynthesis: In this way, functional group conversion, substitution reactions, addition reactions, cleavage reactions and coupling reactions can be selectively performed by using direct electrolyses.

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Activation by transition-metal catalysts is required when the organic substrate is not electroactive or leads to non desired reactions. Go to our Instructions for using Copyright Clearance Center page for details.

For reproduction of material from PCCP: This double chemical and electrochemical activation causes new reactions to proceed, which involve either the classical organic reactive species, produced in any electrochemical steps carbanions or organometallic complexes anionic or neutral as the basis of new reactivity.

Claude Moinet, Jean-Pierre Hurvoisa and Anny Jutand Abstract Reactive intermediates such as carbocations, carbanions, radicals and radical ions can be electrochemically generated from various electroactive species.Industrial scale electrochemical processing of organic chemicals has been practiced for almost years.

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Organic and Metal-Catalysed Electrosynthesis. Time scale is an important parameter in organic electrosynthesis, particularly when chemical reactions occur during electrochemical processes. Organic electrosynthesis: a promising green methodology in organic chemistry.

organic electrosynthesis has become recognized as one of the methodologies that can fulfill several important criteria that are needed if society is to develop environmentally compatible processes. Organic electrosynthesis: a promising green methodology .

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