This article describes our recent results of electroorganic synthesis, especially focusing on new organic electrolytic systems toward green sustainable chemistry as follows: (a) Electroorganic synthesis using recyclable solid-supported bases, (b) electrocatalytic hydrogenation and dehalogenation using new electrolytic systems, (c) electrosynthesis of organofluorine compounds, conducting polymers, and others in ionic liquids.
- Electroorganic Synthesis
- Green Sustainable Electrochemistry
- Ionic Liquid
- Solid-Supported Base
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