CORAIL • Organocatalysis and photooxygenation

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Overview

Our research projects deal with organocatalysis and photooxygenation. This involves the devlopment of molecular designing and organic photo-sensitizers for synthesis phototherapy methodlogy applications.

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Research

Our research is focused on the implementation of organocatalytic strategies and on the controlled introduction of molecular oxygen through photoooxygenation starting from aromatic compounds.

Organocatalytic methodologies

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Photooxygenation

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This part is dedicated to the design of organic photosensitizers for applications in selective photooxygenation and controlled phototherapy.

CORAIL-New-Photosensitizers

 

Visible-Light-Driven Transformations of Phenols via Energy Transfer Catalysis.
J. Fischer, P. Nun, V. Coeffard, Synthesis 2020, accepted – Invited article
(DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1708005)

Academic partners

Dr. German Gunther
Universidad del Chile

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Prof. César R. Solorio Alvarado
University of Guanajuato

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Prof. Xavier Moreau
Université de Versailles
Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

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Dr. Anne Vallée
Université de Versailles
Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

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Dr. Hélène Serier-Brault
Université de Nantes

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Financials

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ANR

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