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      Metal-free allylic/benzylic oxidation strategies with molecular oxygen: recent advances and future prospects

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      Green Chemistry
      Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)

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              Mesoporous carbon nitride (mpg-C(3)N(4)) polymer can function as a metal-free photocatalyst to activate O(2) for the selective oxidation of benzyl alcohols with visible light, avoiding the cost, toxicity, and purification problems associated with corresponding transition-metal systems. By combining the surface basicity and semiconductor functions of mpg-C(3)N(4), the photocatalytic system can realize a high catalytic selectivity to generate benzaldehyde. The metal-free photocatalytic system also selectively converts other alcohol substrates to their corresponding aldehydes/ketones, demonstrating a potential pathway of accessing traditional mild radical chemistry with nitroxyl radicals.
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                Journal
                GRCHFJ
                Green Chemistry
                Green Chem.
                Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
                1463-9262
                1463-9270
                2014
                2014
                : 16
                : 5
                : 2344
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                10.1039/c3gc42135j
                cad0725a-dba9-4e66-8362-328c4f17f753
                © 2014
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