Abstract

The examples present in this chapter provides evidence for the powerful methodology that is available even with relatively simple/practical methods based on undivided reactor cells and constant current power supplies. There is still a considerable level of adventure in designing new electrosynthetic processes, and this is linked to opportunities in the design of novel and powerful synthetic strategies. Methods for electroorganic synthesis are readily available, and there is considerable potential for de novo organic synthetic approaches based on electrochemically generated reactive intermediates and effective reactor systems. Interest in new electroorganic synthesis methodology is growing in both the molecular-level understanding and exploitation of locally generated reactive intermediates and the reactor design and optimization of conditions. From the organic synthetic perspective, it is probably important to allow for simplicity in the experimental approach. With widely available and appreciated laboratory tools to perform electroorganic syntheses, there is likely to be a much stronger development in knowledge and uptake of knowledge into industrial contexts.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationModern Electrosynthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry
EditorsFrank Marken, Mahito Atobe
Place of PublicationBoca Raton
PublisherCRC Press
Chapter1
Pages1-43
Number of pages43
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9780429783845
ISBN (Print)978-1-4822-4916-3
StatusPublished - 31 Dec 2018

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Taylor, J., Kulandainathan, M. A., Hotchen, C., & Marken, F. (2018). Introduction to Practical Methods in Electroorganic Syntheses. In F. Marken, & M. Atobe (Eds.), Modern Electrosynthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry (1 ed., pp. 1-43). Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Introduction to Practical Methods in Electroorganic Syntheses. / Taylor, James; Kulandainathan, M. Anbu; Hotchen, Christopher; Marken, Frank.

Modern Electrosynthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry. ed. / Frank Marken; Mahito Atobe. 1. ed. Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2018. p. 1-43.

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Taylor, J, Kulandainathan, MA, Hotchen, C & Marken, F 2018, Introduction to Practical Methods in Electroorganic Syntheses. in F Marken & M Atobe (eds), Modern Electrosynthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry. 1 edn, CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 1-43.
Taylor J, Kulandainathan MA, Hotchen C, Marken F. Introduction to Practical Methods in Electroorganic Syntheses. In Marken F, Atobe M, editors, Modern Electrosynthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry. 1 ed. Boca Raton: CRC Press. 2018. p. 1-43
Taylor, James ; Kulandainathan, M. Anbu ; Hotchen, Christopher ; Marken, Frank. / Introduction to Practical Methods in Electroorganic Syntheses. Modern Electrosynthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry. editor / Frank Marken ; Mahito Atobe. 1. ed. Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2018. pp. 1-43
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