Photoredox catalysis is a branch of catalysis that harnesses the energy of light to accelerate a chemical reaction via single-electron transfer events. This area is named as a combination of photo referring to light and redox, a condensed expression for the chemical processes of reduction and oxidation. Visible light-mediated photoredox catalysis has emerged as one of the fastest growing fields in organic synthesis. Typically, a photoactive catalyst absorbs light in the visible region and participates in single electron transfer processes with organic substrates.
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