Advances on the Merger of Electrochemistry and Transition Metal Catalysis for Organic Synthesis

Malapit, Christian A.; Prater, Matthew B.; Cabrera-Pardo, Jaime R.; Li, Min; Pham, Tammy D.; McFadden, Timothy Patrick; Blank, Skylar; Minteer, Shelley D.


Synthetic organic electrosynthesis has grown in the past few decades by achieving many valuable transformations for synthetic chemists. Although electrocatalysis has been popular for improving selectivity and efficiency in a wide variety of energy-related applications, in the last two decades, there has been much interest in electrocatalysis to develop conceptually novel transformations, selective functionalization, and sustainable reactions. This review discusses recent advances in the combination of electrochemistry and homogeneous transition-metal catalysis for organic synthesis. The enabling transformations, synthetic applications, and mechanistic studies are presented alongside advantages as well as future directions to address the challenges of metal-catalyzed electrosynthesis.

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Título según WOS: ID WOS:000767145700003 Not found in local WOS DB
Título de la Revista: CHEMICAL REVIEWS
Volumen: 122
Número: 3
Fecha de publicación: 2022
Página de inicio: 3180
Página final: 3218


Notas: ISI