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Issue 1, 2014

Sunlight, electrochemistry, and sustainable oxidation reactions

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Abstract

Inexpensive, readily available photovoltaic cells have been used to conduct indirect electrochemical oxidation reactions. The reactions retain the efficiency of the solar-electrochemical method while capitalizing on the unique opportunities for selectivity afforded by a chemical oxidant. The versatility of the electrochemical method allowed for the recycling of Os(VIII)-, TEMPO-, Ce(IV)-, Pd(II)-, Ru(VIII)-, and Mn(V)-oxidants all with the same very simple reaction apparatus.

Graphical abstract: Sunlight, electrochemistry, and sustainable oxidation reactions

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Submitted
13 Aug 2013
Accepted
18 Sep 2013
First published
01 Oct 2013

Green Chem., 2014,16, 69-72
Article type
Communication

Sunlight, electrochemistry, and sustainable oxidation reactions

B. H. Nguyen, A. Redden and K. D. Moeller, Green Chem., 2014, 16, 69 DOI: 10.1039/C3GC41650J

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