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How Real-Time In Situ FTIR Advances Organic Chemistry

Advances in Organic Chemistry in Academia

Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry

Paul Scholl will present a free online seminar – Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry in Academia Using Real-Time In Situ FTIR – on July 28.  This on-going series reviews recent advances in organic chemistry by academia where real-time in situ mid-infrared (mid-IR) analytics played a role in the advancement of organic chemistry research.

During the Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry seminar, Paul will discuss several recent publications by academia illustrating how real-time in situ Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) was used to help advance the fundamental understanding of organic chemistry. During this series, the following research areas have been discussed:
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How To Understand and Control Polymer Synthesis

How to Understand and Control Polymer Synthesis Webinar

How To Understand and Control Polymer Synthesis

Dr. Jennifer Andrews of METTLER TOLEDO will present a free online seminar Improving the Understanding and Control of Polymer Synthesis Using Real-Time In Situ FTIR on July 27.  During this presentation, Jennifer will discuss emerging polymer research and how to use real-time in situ Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) to the understand polymerizations.

The importance of real-time in situ reaction monitoring for polymerizations is due in part to the fact that many polymerization reactions are run at high temperatures and/or pressures, some are extremely oxygen sensitive and many involve the use of hazardous reagents.

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Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry by Academia Using Real-Time In Situ FTIR (fourier transform infrared spectroscopy) Online Seminar

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Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry by Academia

As part of the on-going Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry by Academia Using Real-Time In Situ FTIR online seminar series, Dominique Hebrault will review recent advances in organic chemistry where real-time mid-infrared (mid-IR) analytics played a role in the advancement of organic chemistry research.  This will take place on Wednesday, March 10.

Research topics include:

  • Advances in metal-catalyzed chemical transformations
    • Heterobimetallic for metal carbenoid chemistry as described by Huw M.L. Davies and colleagues at Emory University (United States)
    • Organolithium transformation from Vito Capriati, Saverio Florio, and colleagues from the University of Bari (Italy)
    • Palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions as reported by Aiwen Lei and colleagues at Peking University (China)
    • Ruthenium-catalyzed dynamic kinetic resolution as described by Jan-E. Backvall and colleagues at Stockholm University (Sweden)
  • Highly selective polymerization reactions from Donald J. Darensbourg and colleagues at Texas A&M University (United States)
  • Chemical reactions in supercritical CO2 and system characterization from Paul A. Charpentier and colleagues at University of Western Ontario

Visit the Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry by Academia Using Real-Time In Situ FTIR online seminar page for more information.