Organic Photochemistry and Pericyclic Reactions

IIT Kanpur Course , Prof. N.D. Pradeep Singh

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Contents:
Introduction to organic photochemistry - Primary photochemical reactions of n,π*states - Photophysical process of n,π*states: Electronic energy transfer - Detail analysis of primary photochemical process of α-cleavage - Detail analysis of primary photochemical process of hydrogen abstraction - Detail analysis of primary photochemical process of addition to π system - Detail analysis of primary photochemical process of electron transfer reactions

Primary photochemical reactions of π,π*states - Detail analysis of cis-trans isomerisations - Study on di- π-methane rearrangements - Introduction to pericyclic reaction - In depth analysis of Cycloaddition and Diels Alder reactions - In depth analysis of Electrocyclic reactions

Detail study of Sigmatropic reactions - Chelotropic reaction - Group transfer reactions - Ene and retro ene reactions - Coarctate reaction - Photochemical production and reactions of carbenes - Photochemical production and reactions of nitrenes

Photochemical reaction of azo compounds - Photochemical oxygenations-Singlet Oxygen - Photochemistry of halogen containing compounds - Photoinduced electron transfer reactions - Factors influencing the course of photochemical reaction - Applications of photochemistry

Lecture 25: Mod-01 Lec-25 Sigmatropic Reactions - II

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        Organic photochemistry and pericyclic reactions by Dr. N.D. Pradeep Singh, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit httpnptel.iitm.ac.in

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