Part II: Understanding and Measuring Light Sources This is the second part of a three part series designed to help you get started by understanding light sources in photochemistry. Missed the first part of the series where we cover the basics and core principles? ...
Quick Introduction Photochemistry is conquering the world of synthetic chemistry. Ok, that’s hyperbole. Photochemistry is really cool and useful for making interesting and important compounds in ways that may be easier, safer or not possible with traditional thermal...
Always been interested in photochemistry but not sure where to begin? Here's our first post (part of a three-part series) intended to get you comfortable with the core principles and provide you with everything you need to get started!
Tomorrow (Sept 12, 2020) is Akira Suzuki's 90th birthday! He is a pioneer of modern chemistry and his famed Suzuki reaction was originally published in 1979, leading to his Nobel Prize in 2010.
Learn more about him at t.ly/VumU
Happy 90th Birthday! pic.twitter.com/BMgcKguIFA
Congrats to Fabien Legros & Volker Derdau @sanofiDE. Their recent pub outlines a photoredox‐initiated hydrogen atom transfer (HAT) protocol which could efficiently develop radioactive labeled peptides for bioimaging.
And, if we may, nice photoreactor! pic.twitter.com/fMFjyPQgGJ