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Professor Garret Miyake

Research in the Miyake laboratory focuses on catalysis, polymer chemistry, and materials science. One interest of the Miyake group is the development of strongly reducing visible light organic photoredox catalysts for use in organocatalyzed atom transfer radical polymerization and other chemical transformations.


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Du Y1, Pearson RM1, Lim CH1, Sartor SM1, Ryan MD1, Yang H1,2, Damrauer NH1,3, Miyake GM1,3.
Science. 2016 May 27;352(6289):1082-6. doi: 10.1126/science.aaf3935. Epub 2016 Mar 31.
Photoredox catalysis is a versatile approach for the construction of challenging covalent bonds under mild reaction conditions, commonly using photoredox catalysts (PCs) derived from precious metals. As such, there is need to develop organic analogues as sustainablereplacements. Although several organic PCs have been introduced,Read More
H Gao,Z Zhou,DH Kwon,J Coombs,S Jones,NE Behnke,DH Ess,L Kürti
Chemistry. 2017 Aug 16;23(46):10962-10968. doi: 10.1002/chem.201702926. Epub 2017 Aug 1.
Photoredox catalysis is a versatile approach for the construction of challenging covalent bonds under mild reaction conditions, commonly using photoredox catalysts (PCs) derived from precious metals. As such, there is need to develop organic analogues as sustainablereplacements. Although several organic PCs have been introduced,Read More
Pearson RM1, Lim CH1, McCarthy BG1, Musgrave CB1, Miyake GM1.
J Am Chem Soc. 2016 Sep 7;138(35):11399-407. doi: 10.1021/jacs.6b08068. Epub 2016 Aug 24.
N-Aryl phenoxazines have been synthesized and introduced as strongly reducing metal-free photoredox catalysts in organocatalyzed atom transfer radical polymerization for the synthesis of well-defined polymers. Experiments confirmed quantum chemical predictions that, like their dihydrophenazine analogs, the photoexcited states ofRead More