Electroreductively Induced Radicals for Organic Synthesis

Molecules. 2023 Jan 15;28(2):857. doi: 10.3390/molecules28020857.

ABSTRACT

Organic electrochemistry has attracted tremendous interest within the novel sustainable methodologies that have not only reduced the undesired byproducts, but also utilized cleaner and renewable energy sources. Particularly, oxidative electrochemistry has gained major attention. On the contrary, reductive electrolysis remains an underexplored research direction. In this context, we discuss advances in transition-metal-free cathodically generated radicals for selective organic transformations since 2016. We highlight the electroreductive reaction of alkyl radicals, aryl radicals, acyl radicals, silyl radicals, fluorosulfonyl radicals and trifluoromethoxyl radicals.

PMID:36677915 | DOI:10.3390/molecules28020857

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