Visible Light Induced Cyclization to Spirobiindene Skeletons from Functionalized Alkylidienecyclopropanes.

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Summary of "Visible Light Induced Cyclization to Spirobiindene Skeletons from Functionalized Alkylidienecyclopropanes."

In this paper, we revealed a metal-free and visible light photoinduced method for the rapid construction of spirobi[indene] skeletons, providing a simple and efficient way for easy access to spirobi[indene] scaffolds under mild conditions along with a broad substrate scope and good functional group tolerance.


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Name: Organic letters
ISSN: 1523-7052


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