Flow Chemistry - References
For further reading on flow chemistry, please consult the following references published in the academic press.
A flow process for the multi-step synthesis of the alkaloid natural product oxomaritidine: a new paradigm for molecular assembly
I.R. Baxendale, J. Deeley, C.M. Griffiths-Jones, S.V. Ley, S. Saaby, G.K. Tranmer, Chemical Communications, 2566 (2006).
Continuous Chemical Processing
L. Proctor, Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology May 2005
http://www.iptonline.com/pdf_viewarticle.asp?cat=3&article=290
Controlled Autocatalytic Nitration of Phenol in a Microreactor
L. Ducry, D.M. Roberge, Angewandte Chemie, International Edition, 44, 7972 (2005)
Enhancement of Chemical Selectivity by Microreactors
J-I. Yoshida, A. Nagaki, T. Iwasaki, S. Suga, Chemical Engineering and Technology, 28, 259, (2005)
Hazardous Chemistry
Phoenix Chemicals Limited
http://www.phoenixchem.com/hazardous_chemistry.htm
Low pressure Pd-catalyzed carbonylation in an ionic liquid using a multiphase microflow system
T. Rahman, T. Fukuyama, N. Kamata, M. Sato, I. Ryu, Chemical Communications, 2236 (2006)
Microreactor Technology: A Revolution for the Fine Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries?
D.M. Roberge, L. Ducry, N. Bieler, P. Cretton, and B. Zimmerman, Chem. Eng. Technol. 28, 318 (2005).
Practical Use of Continuous Processing in Developing and Scaling Up Laboratory Processes
N. G. Anderson, Organic Process Research and Development, 5, 613 (2001)
Room-Temperature Swern Oxidations by Using a Microscale Flow System
T. Kawaguchi, H. Miyata, K. Ataka, K. Mae, J-I Yoshida, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 44, 2413 (2005)
Scavengers in full flow
P. H. Seeberger, Nature Chem., 1(4), (2009).
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