Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight

Oelgemöller M, Jung C, Ortner J, Mattay J, Zimmermann E (2005)
Green Chemistry 7(1): 35-38.

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The rose bengal sensitized photooxygenations of citronellol and 1,5-dihydroxynaphthalene were performed successfully under solar irradiation conditions, and complete conversions (>95%) were achieved in almost all cases in relatively short illumination times. The selected reactions were easily performed on multigram to kilogram scales using cheap and commercially available starting materials, and yielded important key-intermediates for industrial applications.
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Green Chemistry
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7
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35-38
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Oelgemöller M, Jung C, Ortner J, Mattay J, Zimmermann E. Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight. Green Chemistry. 2005;7(1):35-38.
Oelgemöller, M., Jung, C., Ortner, J., Mattay, J., & Zimmermann, E. (2005). Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight. Green Chemistry, 7(1), 35-38. doi:10.1039/b414230f
Oelgemöller, M., Jung, C., Ortner, J., Mattay, J., and Zimmermann, E. (2005). Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight. Green Chemistry 7, 35-38.
Oelgemöller, M., et al., 2005. Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight. Green Chemistry, 7(1), p 35-38.
M. Oelgemöller, et al., “Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight”, Green Chemistry, vol. 7, 2005, pp. 35-38.
Oelgemöller, M., Jung, C., Ortner, J., Mattay, J., Zimmermann, E.: Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight. Green Chemistry. 7, 35-38 (2005).
Oelgemöller, Michael, Jung, Christian, Ortner, Jürgen, Mattay, Jochen, and Zimmermann, Elmar. “Green photochemistry: solar photooxygenations with medium concentrated sunlight”. Green Chemistry 7.1 (2005): 35-38.