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Issue 2, 2008
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Recent advances in C–H bond formation in aqueous media: a mechanistic perspective

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Abstract

Recent advances in free-radical chemistry have expanded the versatility and flexibility of carbon–hydrogen bond formation in aqueous media. This review highlights progress made in the last decade to “tame” reactive free-radical species in aqueous-phase reactions. Detailed are a broad range of synthetically useful transformations and their application in synthesis, DNA structural probing and isotope labelling. The review provides some practical hints useful for the design of high-yielding free-radical reactions in aqueous media.

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Submitted
15 Jun 2007
Accepted
09 Nov 2007
First published
22 Nov 2007

Green Chem., 2008,10, 153-163
Article type
Tutorial Review

Recent advances in C–H bond formation in aqueous media: a mechanistic perspective

V. T. Perchyonok, I. N. Lykakis and K. L. Tuck, Green Chem., 2008, 10, 153
DOI: 10.1039/B709047A

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