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Prof. Radek Cibulka, Ph.D.

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Chemistry_Europe_Fellows Class 2020/21

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Adam Pokluda - IGRA

As a co-researcher, Adam Pokluda from our laboratory will participate on the prestigious IGRA grant at the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague entitled "Alloxazine photon catching antenna for molecular switches in organic electronics". The main researcher is Marek Čubiňák from the Institute of Organic Chemistry. The Institute of Physical Chemistry also participates in the project.

Paper in a prestigious journal:

Graml A., Neveselý T., Kutta R.-J., Cibulka R., König B.: Deazaflavin reductive photocatalysis involves excited semiquinone radicals Nature Comm. 2020, 11, 3174.  DOI: 10.1038/s41467-020-16909-y. https://rdcu.be/b47PV

News and views paper in Nature:

Cibulka R.: Strong chemical reducing agents produced by light Nature 580, 31-32 (2020). DOI:10.1038/d41586-020-00872-1. https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-00872-1

Highly cited papers

Article (Org. Lett. 2019, 21, 114-119) published by our group in cooperation with the group of prof. Roithová met the criteria of web of science for "Highly cited papers“ (As of November/December 2019, this paper received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of the academic field of Chemistry based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year).


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We report a system with ethylene-bridged flavinium salt 2b which catalyzes the aerobic oxidation of toluenes and benzyl alcohols with high oxidation potential (Eox > +2.5 V vs SCE) to give the corresponding benzoic acids under visible light irradiation. This is caused by the high oxidizing power of excited 2b (E(2b*) = +2.67 V vs SCE) involved in photooxidation and by the accompanying dark organocatalytic oxygenation provided by the in situ formed flavin hydroperoxide 2b-OOH


Updated: 1.1.2024 20:39, Author: Martina Kovandová


Prof. Radek Cibulka
building A, room 278c
k + 420 220 44 4182
b Radek.Cibulka@vscht.cz
Dr. Roman Holakovský
building A, room 255
k + 420 220 44 4279
b Roman.Holakovsky@vscht.cz

Dr. Eva Svobodová

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k + 420 220 44 4249
      + 420 220 44 4279
b Eva.Svobodova@vscht.cz

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