Regular visitors to this blog will be familiar with recent continuous flow chemistry events in what I consider to be a very exciting, fast-developing area of chemistry. When I was reading the recent blog post regarding the upcoming Pfizer Flow Technology Expo, I thought about other upcoming flow chemistry events, including: Continue reading
Continuous flow chemistry is widely used in the chemical and petrochemical markets, and has been for decades. The continuous flow chemistry production methodology has been gaining interest in pharmaceutical R&D due to: Continue reading
I am happy to announce that the 18th International Process Development Conference (IPDC) will be held September 25 to September 29, 2011 in Weggis, Switzerland. This year’s conference will focus on workflows from compound development to manufacturing in the pharmaceutical, fine and specialty chemical industries: Continue reading
On December 15, Dr John Knight of Scientific Update will present an introductory webinar on Flow Chemistry and Continuous Processing. Continue reading
By no means am I a flow chemistry expert, but as probably the case for many other chemists, continuous processing has piqued my interest over the past few years. Continue reading
During the recent online seminar – Application of the ReactIR Flow Cell to Continous Processing Technology, Professor Steven Ley discussed the challenges of continuous flow chemistry. According to Professor Ley, one of the main challenges of continuous flow chemistry is real-time inline reaction monitoring for gaining additional control over reactions, especially when dealing with multistep synthesis sequences.
Last week, John Tedesco and I had the privilege to attend the 3rd International Symposium on Green Processing in the Pharmaceutical & Fine Chemical Industries in Boston, MA. Continue reading
ReactIR Flow Cell: A New Analytical Tool for Continuous Flow Chemical Processing.
Catherine F. Carter†, Heiko Lange†, Steven V. Ley*†, Ian R. Baxendale†, Brian Wittkamp‡, Jon G. Goode§ and Nigel L. Gaunt§
† Innovative Technology Centre, University of Cambridge.
, ‡ Mettler-Toledo AutoChem, U.S.A.
, § Mettler-Toledo AutoChem, UK.
Org. Process Res. Dev., Article ASAP
Publication Date (Web): February 1, 2010
Copyright © 2010 American Chemical Society
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