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Photooxygenation of p-xylene by oxygen occurs efficiently under photoirradiation of 9-mesityl-2,7,10-trimethylacridinium ion (Me(2)Acr(+)-Mes) to yield p-tolualdehyde and hydrogen peroxide, which is initiated via photoinduced electron transfer of Me(2)Acr(+)-Mes to produce the electron-transfer state.
[Structure: see text] Photocatalytic carbon-carbon bond formation of 9,10-dimethylanthracene (DMA) in chloroform occurs efficiently via the electron-transfer oxidation of DMA with the photoinduced electron-transfer state of 9-mesityl-10-methylacridinium ion (Acr+-Mes), followed by deprotonation from the methyl group of DMA radical cation and the radical… (More)
Photocatalytic oligomerization of fullerene in toluene-acetonitrile solution occurs efficiently via electron-transfer reactions with the photogenerated electron-transfer state of 9-mesityl-10-methylacridinium ion, followed by the radical coupling reaction between fullerene radical cation and radical anion.
The glycosylation reactions of glycosyl trichloroacetimidates and several alcohols using an organophotoacid as an activator under photoirradiation proceeded smoothly to give the corresponding glycosides in high yields. The organophotoacid was recovered and reused without any loss of efficiency.