One of the main goals of 21st century chemistry is to replace environmentally hazardous processes with energy efficient routes allowing to totally avoid the use and production of harmful chemicals and to maximise the quantity of raw material that ends up in the final product. Selective photocatalytic conversions will play a major role in this evolution and this account shows how photocatalysis is offering an alternative green route for the production of organics

G PALMISANO, AUGUGLIARO V, M PAGLIARO, L PALMISANO (2007). Photocatalysis: a promising route for 21st century organic chemistry. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 33, 3425-3437 [10.1039/B700395C].

Photocatalysis: a promising route for 21st century organic chemistry

PALMISANO, Giovanni;AUGUGLIARO, Vincenzo;PALMISANO, Leonardo
2007-01-01

Abstract

One of the main goals of 21st century chemistry is to replace environmentally hazardous processes with energy efficient routes allowing to totally avoid the use and production of harmful chemicals and to maximise the quantity of raw material that ends up in the final product. Selective photocatalytic conversions will play a major role in this evolution and this account shows how photocatalysis is offering an alternative green route for the production of organics
2007
Settore CHIM/07 - Fondamenti Chimici Delle Tecnologie
G PALMISANO, AUGUGLIARO V, M PAGLIARO, L PALMISANO (2007). Photocatalysis: a promising route for 21st century organic chemistry. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 33, 3425-3437 [10.1039/B700395C].
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