Chinese Journal of Organic Chemistry ›› 2023, Vol. 43 ›› Issue (8): 2591-2613.DOI: 10.6023/cjoc202302002 Previous Articles     Next Articles


普佳霞, 贾小英, 韩丽荣, 李清寒*()   

  1. 西南民族大学化学与环境学院 成都 610041
  • 收稿日期:2023-02-02 修回日期:2023-03-13 发布日期:2023-04-13
  • 基金资助:
    西南民族大学中央高校学生项目(2022NYXXS085); 四川省科技厅科技支撑计划(2015NZ0033)

Research Progress of Visible Light Promoted C—N Bond Fracture to Construct C—C Bond

Jiaxia Pu, Xiaoying Jia, Lirong Han, Qinghan Li()   

  1. College of Chemistry and Environment, Southwest Minzu University, Chengdu 610041
  • Received:2023-02-02 Revised:2023-03-13 Published:2023-04-13
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  • Supported by:
    The Central University Foundation Student Program of Southwest Minzu University(2022NYXXS085); The Sichuan Provincial Department of Science and Technology Support Program(2015NZ0033)

In recent years, the photochemical organic transformation promoted by visible light has aroused the interest of organic chemists. Compared with traditional methods, photoredox catalysis using visible light as renewable energy has been proved to be a mild and powerful tool, which can promote the activation of organic molecules by single electron transfer (SET) process. There are a lot of amino functional groups in the structures of many natural products, and amino groups are also important structural units of some drug molecules and functional materials. Therefore, by activating the C—N bond in these substances and carrying out some coupling reactions of C—C bond formation, the structure of these compounds can be effectively modified, so as to obtain compounds with various structures and functionalization. Therefore, this study has become an important research field of organic synthesis. The research results of C—N bond breaking promoted by visible light and its application in the study of C—C bond formation reaction in recent years are reviewed, and representative examples and reaction mechanisms are discussed.

Key words: diazonium salt, ammonium salt, Katritzky salt, photocatalysis, C—N bond fracture, C—C bond formation, research progress