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Semiconductor photocatalysis type B: synthesis of unsaturated α-cyano-homoallylamines from imines and olefins photocatalysed by silica- and cellulose-supported cadmium sulphide

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α-Cyano-homoallylamines are synthesised in moderate yields by the photocatalysed linear addition of olefins to Ph(CN)C=NPh in the presence of silica-supported cadmium sulphide. Band edge positions of cadmium sulphide and the rate and diastereoselectivity of this radical C–C coupling reaction are not significantly changed when the semiconductor is supported onto cellulose. The latter result is in accordance with the absence of covalent semiconductor–support interactions.

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2017-07-23

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