This Chapter aims to summarise the major advances achieved over 2019 and 2020 in the field of photochemistry and photocatalysis by transition metal compounds. In the last years, one of the central research themes has been the development of efficient photocatalytic complexes based on earth-abundant metals as a potential eco-friendly, resource-efficient, and sustainable photochemical approach. Nevertheless, second- and third-row metal complexes still represent key building blocks in the design of new photocatalysts in organic transformations, biomedical applications, as well as in green chemistry fields.

Photochemistry of transition metal complexes (2019-2020)

Dichiarante V.;Strada A.;
2022-01-01

Abstract

This Chapter aims to summarise the major advances achieved over 2019 and 2020 in the field of photochemistry and photocatalysis by transition metal compounds. In the last years, one of the central research themes has been the development of efficient photocatalytic complexes based on earth-abundant metals as a potential eco-friendly, resource-efficient, and sustainable photochemical approach. Nevertheless, second- and third-row metal complexes still represent key building blocks in the design of new photocatalysts in organic transformations, biomedical applications, as well as in green chemistry fields.
Photochemistry: Volume 49
978-1-83916-388-3
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