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Electrocatalytic oxidative Z/E isomerization of a stilbene favoured by the presence of an electroactive persistent radical

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Abstract

A push–pull-functionalized stilbene has been prepared, with an electroactive perchlorotriphenylmethyl (PTM˙) radical and dimethylamine units as electron-withdrawing and -donating moieties, respectively, showing an electrocatalytic redox-induced ZE isomerization where the open-shell nature of PTM˙ plays a key role in the isomerization ocurrance.

Graphical abstract: Electrocatalytic oxidative Z/E isomerization of a stilbene favoured by the presence of an electroactive persistent radical

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Submitted
21 Jul 2020
Accepted
18 Oct 2020
First published
19 Oct 2020

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2020,56, 14211-14214
Article type
Communication

Electrocatalytic oxidative Z/E isomerization of a stilbene favoured by the presence of an electroactive persistent radical

P. Mayorga-Burrezo, C. Sporer, J. A. de Sousa, N. Capra, K. Wurst, N. Crivillers, J. Veciana and C. Rovira, Chem. Commun., 2020, 56, 14211
DOI: 10.1039/D0CC04973E

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