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Z744033

Sigma-Aldrich

450nm Light Source

reaction suitability

reaction type: Photocatalysis
reagent type: catalyst

General description

The 450nm LED Light Module is used with the Penn PhD Photoreactor M2 for chemists and researchers to accelerate chemical reactions using photoredox catalysis.

  • Features and Benefits of Penn Penn PhD Photoreactor M2
  • Modular design allows for use with a variety of wavelengths 365nm – 450nm
  • 360 degree reflective environment maximizes surface area photon capture
  • Light shield interlock prevents user exposure to harmful light rays
  • Interactive touch screen controls reaction parameters
  • Intertek ETL, CE, and CB approved
  • User defined parameters including temperature, light intensity, fan speed and stirring
  • Auto stop, pause and reset options
  • Supports vial sizes gc, 4, 8, 20, 40 ml
  • Temp feedback using a k-type thermocouple


Photocatalysis Technology Spotlight

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Articles
Photoredox catalysis is a powerful synthetic methodology to form challenging covalent bonds using light irradiation. It is effective for light-driven polymer and small molecule synthesis.
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Csp2- and Csp-hybridized coupling reactions are established catalytic approaches. However, multi-step Csp3- and Csp2-coupling reactions of boronic acids and related derivatives are still limited by ineffective two-electron transmetalation reactions.
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While Markovnikov alkene reactivity is very well developed and utilized commonly in the synthesis of commodity and research chemicals, catalytic access to the anti-Markovnikov-selective adducts is a much less-developed endeavor.
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