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.

Scroll down to discover more and subscribe to be kept in the loop on future updates.

Parts #1 and #2

Parts #3 and #4

Electrochemistry made easy with continuous flow chemistry techniques

Over the past 5 years or so the development of continuous flow electrochemical cells has made selective syntheses with high reactant-to-product conversions possible. These devices offer an easy access to electrochemical techniques which is driving its current re-assessment as a viable, attractive synthetic method. Discover more in this blog post.

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Part #5

Flow chemistry webinars

We’re running a series of very popular flow chemistry webinars. Click the links below to watch them and subscribe to be kept up-to-date on upcoming webinars!

Webinar #1: An Introduction to Flow Chemistry and its First Principles

This webinar recording covers an introduction to flow chemistry and its first principles. There was a live Q & A session at the end; the questions and their answers are all listed at the bottom of the recording page. Watch it on demand here!

Webinar #2: 9 Reasons to Perform Your Chemistry in Continuous Flow

This webinar was a follow-up to the very popular “Introduction to Flow Chemistry and its First Principles” webinar and covers the 9 main reasons chemists are switching to continuous flow techniques for their chemistry, including published examples. Watch it on demand here!

Upcoming posts

Here’s what’s coming up next in the Flow Chemistry Collection. Be sure to subscribe to be kept up-to-date with the next installments!

Part 6: 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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