Hybrid Catalysts for Enantioselective Photo-Phosphoric Acid Catalysis

23 January 2023, Version 1
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The syntheses of two novel, organic and chiral photocatalysts are presented. By combining donoracceptor cyanoarene-based photocatalysts with a chiral phosphoric acid, bifunctional catalysts have been designed. In preliminary proof of concept reactions, their use in both enantioselective energytransfer and photoredox catalysis was demonstrated.


Phosphoric Acid Catalysis

Supplementary materials

Supporting Information for Hybrid Catalysts for Enantioselective Photo-Phosphoric Acid Catalysis
Table of Content S1 Experimental Procedure S1.1 General Information S1.2 UV-VIS and Emission Spectra S1.3 Overview of Synthesis S1.3.1 Synthesis of PCI S1.3.1 Synthesis of PCII S1.4 Synthesis of Literature Reported Compounds S1.5 Synthesis of Novel Compounds S1.6 Proof-of-Principle Photoreactions S2 NMR-Data S3 References


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