Photoredox catalysis is a powerful tool in organic chemical synthesis that utilizes visible light to power a chemical reaction. Widespread adoption of visible light photoredox catalysis has been dependent on access to photocatalysts and a reliable light source. We’re pleased to support your photocatalysis endeavors to create new bonds and rapidly assemble complex products.
Chemists have long struggled with reproducibility in photoredox chemistry. Both varied reaction setups and individual reactions performed with the same setup can be tricky. Our new labware seeks to alleviate these issues by providing photoreactors for each stage of reaction development, while ensuring high levels of consistency across photocatalytic reactions and between runs.
Our photoreactors serve as reliable visible light sources for a variety of applications and reaction scales:
Please refer to our photocatalysis technical article to determine which photoreactor is most suitable for your needs.
With a continuously growing portfolio of acridinium, iridium and ruthenium catalysts, and other metal-free organic photocatalysts and ligands, we provide a broad range of complex photoredox catalysts for any reaction design. Our KitAlysis™ screening kits enable chemists to quickly and efficiently find good reaction conditions for a wide range of photoredox catalyzed reactions.
Sign up for your complimentary Photoredox Catalysis Guide featuring key examples of previously inaccessible bond formations, standard reaction setups, and catalysts references and properties.
This webinar discusses the basic photophysical considerations of photoredox catalysts and how to apply them in organic synthesis.
Photochemical and photobiological research is a rapidly growing field with unique experimental requirements, and achieving a reliable and reproducible means of sample irradiation is often just as much a challenge as performing the research itself.