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The [2+2] photocycloaddition is a cycloaddition-type reaction it generally entails the formation of new molecules by the reaction of two unsaturated molecules via two atoms from each molecules (hence "[2 + 2]"). As a photochemical reaction, the use of some of form of light (generally denoted h?), as opposed to a thermal process. [source]


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