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Microwave Versus Conventional Light Activation Of O‐Radical Scission Processes

C. Carro, I. Romero, A. Boto
Published 2017 · Chemistry

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Domino or sequential processes initiated by cleavage of O radicals has led to the conversion of low-cost, readily available substrates into high-profit products. The optimization of these processes by using different activation sources (irradiation with visible light, microwaves, and conventional heating) is described herein, as well as their application to the conversion of carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides, and terpenes into valuable derivatives.
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