A photo opportunity: A visible-light-excited iridium catalyst delivers electrons from an amine to an organohalide. The electron transfer then induces reductive scission of the carbon–halogen bond, generating the corresponding alkyl, alkenyl, and aryl radical that can undergo cyclization and hydrodehalogenation reactions.
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