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Thiosulfonylation of Unactivated Alkenes with Visible-Light Organic Photocatalysis
Origin of the data: Experimental spectroscopic measurements Data Type: experimental measurements, open access supporting information The data are in CSV, DSW and FBSW format. Supporting information are supplied in PDF format. Data generated by instruments: Varian Cary 5E-UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer for UV-Vis measurements, Varian Cary Eclipse fluorescence spectrophotomer for fluorescence quenching measurements. Analytical and procedural information: Stern-Volmer fluorescence quenching experiments, UV-Vis measurements and Fluorescent Quantum Yield determination via ferrioxalate actinometry. Definition of variables: Wavelength, Absorbance, Concentration Units of measurement: nanometers (nm), moles-per-litre (mol/l) Abbreviations: File names and data headers use the following abbreviations: FQY refers to Fluorescence Quantum Yield determination experiments Light refers to irradiated samples in the actinometry experiment, as detailed in the procedure in the supporting information. Dark refers to non-irradiated samples in the actinometry experiment, as detailed in the procedure in the supporting information. SVQuench refers to Stern-Volmer quenching experiments RAxx refer to measurements related to allylbenzene. Xx is the amount of quencher in mol/l (05 should be intended as 0.5 mol/l and so on). RTxx refer to measurements related to S-(4-methylphenyl) 4-methylbenzenethiosulfonate. Xx is the amount of quencher in mol/l as above. RExx refer to measurements related to 1,2-dimethoxy-4-(prop-2-en-1-yl)benzene. Xx is the amount of quencher in mol/l as above. RSxx refer to measurements related to styrene. Xx is the amount of quencher in mol/l. RTFxx refer to measurements related to S-(4-fluorophenyl) 4-fluorobenzenethiosulfonate. Xx is the amount of quencher in mol/l as above. MesAcrMe Xx refers to data related to catalyst 9-mesityl-10-methylacridinium. Xx is the amount of catalyst in mol/l as above. DMC for measurements employing dimethylcarbonate as solvent. ACN for measurements employing acetonitrile as solvent.
Jaar van publicatie:2020