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Use a Continuous Flow Reactor to Monitor Product Streams & Dispersion Effects

A flow chemistry system in combination with solid-supported reagents and scavengers was used to perform fluorination reactions in a continuous mode.   Using an inline analysis method, the effect of the solid supported reagents and scavengers on the product stream can be investigated.  Continue reading

Metal Catalyzed Transformations Using In Situ Spectroscopy

Metal Catalyzed Transformations have been a key topic in academic research for a number of years, both for their scientific interest, as well as the large number of reactions that have become important to industry. Continue reading