This text discusses di-p-methane rearrangements via radical-cation intermediates, the photo-Fries rearrangement in organized media and of biologically active compounds, electron transfer leading to fragmentation, dimerization, and nucleophilic capture, and the characterization and reactivity of photochemically generated phenylene bis(diradical) spe

chapter 1|42 pages

Recent Advances in Di--methane Photochemistry: A New Look at a Classical Reaction

ByDiego Armesto, Maria J. Ortiz, Antonia R. Agarrabeitia

chapter 2|90 pages

The Photo-Fries Rearrangement

ByMiguel A. Miranda, Francisco Galindo

chapter 4|42 pages

Photoinduced-Electron-Transfer Initiated Reactions in Organic Chemistry

ByChemistry Philip Schmoldt, Heiko Rinderhagen, Jochen Mattay

chapter 5|48 pages

Design and Fine Control of Photoinduced Electron Transfer

ByShunichi Fukuzumi, Hiroshi Imahori

chapter 6|34 pages

Molecular Oxygenations in Zeolites

chapter 7|44 pages

Organic–Inorganic Composites as Photonic Antenna Marc Meyer, and Gion Calzaferri

ByHuub Maas, Stefan Huber, Abderrahim Khatyr, Michel Pfenniger

chapter 8|52 pages

Photo-Switching Spiropyrans and Related Compounds

ByJonathan Hobley, Martin J. Lear, Hiroshi Fukumura