The Flow Chemistry Collection

A regularly-updated round-up of the best content on flow chemistry, including blog posts and commentary from thought-leaders on a number of flow chemistry topics.

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The Flow Chemistry Collection

A regularly-updated round-up of the best content on flow chemistry, including blog posts and commentary from thought-leaders on a number of flow chemistry topics.

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Part #1 - What is flow chemistry?

Let’s start with the basics and explain what flow chemistry actually is and talk a bit about why it’s so useful. Flow chemistry is the process of performing chemical reactions in a tube, capillary or microstructured device (a flow reactor). But how does this affect the chemistry, and how do flow chemistry systems work?

Part #1 - What is flow chemistry?

Let’s start with the basics and explain what flow chemistry actually is and talk a bit about why it’s so useful. Flow chemistry is the process of performing chemical reactions in a tube, capillary or microstructured device (a flow reactor). But how does this affect the chemistry, and how do flow chemistry systems work?

Part #2 - Why perform your chemistry in continuous flow?

So now you know what flow chemistry is and how it works. But why should you consider performing your chemistry in continuous flow? This blog post covers the 9 main reasons chemists are switching to, or at least introducing, continuous flow techniques into their labs.

Part #2 - Why perform your chemistry in continuous flow?

So now you know what flow chemistry is and how it works. But why should you consider performing your chemistry in continuous flow? This blog post covers the 9 main reasons chemists are switching to, or at least introducing, continuous flow techniques into their labs.

Released and upcoming posts

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Part 2: Why perform your chemistry in flow?

There are 9 main benefits you’ll see if you introduce continuous flow techniques into your lab.

Part 3: Drug discovery in continuous flow (coming soon)

One of the application areas that flow chemistry techniques really excel is in drug discovery, development, and delivery.

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Part 4: The rise of biocatalysis in continuous flow (coming soon)

Recent years have seen a sharp rise in the number of scientific papers using flow chemistry techniques to perform biocatalysis chemistry. This post discusses reasons why this is the case.

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Part 5: Polymerization in flow

Producing polymers in tiny tubes and glass chips sounds counter-intuitive, but that’s exactly what researchers are achieving with lab scale flow chemistry equipment. This upcoming blog post will detail the chemistry and technology involved.

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Part 6: Electrochemistry in flow

Electrochemistry is a notoriously difficult chemistry to perform reliably, but flow chemistry systems make the process simple and easy to control. This upcoming blog post will explain how chemists are making use of this underutilized technique.

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Researchers are enjoying greatly improved speeds, yields, and reproducibility in biocatalysis reactions using continuous flow. This upcoming blog post explains the science and technology used.

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Part 2: Why perform your chemistry in flow?

There are 9 main benefits you’ll see if you introduce continuous flow techniques into your lab.

Part 3: Drug discovery in continuous flow (coming soon)

One of the application areas that flow chemistry techniques really excel is in drug discovery, development, and delivery.

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Part 4: The rise of biocatalysis in continuous flow (coming soon)

Recent years have seen a sharp rise in the number of scientific papers using flow chemistry techniques to perform biocatalysis chemistry. This post discusses reasons why this is the case.

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Part 5: Polymerization in flow

Producing polymers in tiny tubes and glass chips sounds counter-intuitive, but that’s exactly what researchers are achieving with lab scale flow chemistry equipment. This upcoming blog post will detail the chemistry and technology involved.

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Part 6: Electrochemistry in flow

Electrochemistry is a notoriously difficult chemistry to perform reliably, but flow chemistry systems make the process simple and easy to control. This upcoming blog post will explain how chemists are making use of this underutilized technique.

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