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10 Palladium in Photocatalysis

DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-229-00180

Wang, M.; Li, P.; Wang, L.Science of Synthesis: Photocatalysis in Organic Synthesis, (20181317.

General Introduction

In recent years, photocatalysis has become an important platform for the design and development of a variety of organic transformations under remarkably mild reaction conditions. More intriguingly, visible-light-induced single-electron transfer (SET) by a photocatalyst has been devised for the oxidation or reduction of transition-metal-complex intermediates in nickel-, copper-, rhodium-, ruthenium-, gold-, and palladium-catalyzed organic reactions. Dual catalysis combining photocatalysis with transition-metal catalysis can accomplish many new chemical transformations which are impossible or not easily accessible through a single catalytic cycle. This chapter focuses specifically on successful endeavors that combine visible-light photoredox catalysis with palladium catalysis and is organized by the type of organic reaction.