Light sources used in photochemical reactions are labeled and evaluated in several ways, but none of the corresponding numbers help to better understand how much light is absorbed by the reaction. This post explains the difference between wattage and lumens, the...
Interest in photochemistry has been growing exponentially in recent years. Numerous new applications using visible-light photoredox catalysis have been discovered. These catalytic systems can perform many types of bond formations using various substrates which are...
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
Our latest video features a step-by-step overview of how to perform the typical protocol with one of our Suzuki Cross-Coupling kits. Save yourself hours and perform up to 32 reaction conditions simultaneously!👩🔬⚗️ 🧪