The abundant and inexpensive carbon monoxide (CO) is widely exploited as a C1 source for the synthesis of both fine and bulk chemicals. In this context, photochemical carbonylation reactions have emerged as a powerful tool for the sustainable synthesis of carbonyl-containing compounds (esters, amides, ketones, etc.). This review aims at giving a general overview on visible light-promoted carbonylation reactions in the presence of metal (Palladium, Iridium, Cobalt, Ruthenium, Copper) and organocatalysts as well, highlighting the main features of the presented protocols and providing useful insights on the reaction mechanisms.

Advances in visible-light-mediated carbonylative reactions via carbon monoxide (CO) incorporation / Botla, V.; Voronov, A.; Motti, E.; Carfagna, C.; Mancuso, R.; Gabriele, B.; Della Ca', N.. - In: CATALYSTS. - ISSN 2073-4344. - 11:8(2021), p. 918.918. [10.3390/catal11080918]

Advances in visible-light-mediated carbonylative reactions via carbon monoxide (CO) incorporation

Botla V.;Voronov A.;Motti E.;Della Ca' N.
2021

Abstract

The abundant and inexpensive carbon monoxide (CO) is widely exploited as a C1 source for the synthesis of both fine and bulk chemicals. In this context, photochemical carbonylation reactions have emerged as a powerful tool for the sustainable synthesis of carbonyl-containing compounds (esters, amides, ketones, etc.). This review aims at giving a general overview on visible light-promoted carbonylation reactions in the presence of metal (Palladium, Iridium, Cobalt, Ruthenium, Copper) and organocatalysts as well, highlighting the main features of the presented protocols and providing useful insights on the reaction mechanisms.
Advances in visible-light-mediated carbonylative reactions via carbon monoxide (CO) incorporation / Botla, V.; Voronov, A.; Motti, E.; Carfagna, C.; Mancuso, R.; Gabriele, B.; Della Ca', N.. - In: CATALYSTS. - ISSN 2073-4344. - 11:8(2021), p. 918.918. [10.3390/catal11080918]
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