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Abstract Microreactor-mediated organocatalysed Michael reactions have been developed. By using a soluble proline-derived catalyst, Michael-type reactions, leading to γ-nitroketones, have been optimized in homogeneous and continuous-flow conditions. As proof of principle, an integrated...
Abstract A continuous-flow microfluidic electrochemical device (Flux Module) has been designed and evaluated as a practical new laboratory tool to facilitate electrochemical synthetic transformations. Four- and six-electron benzylic oxidations are reported to illustrate the utility afforded by a...
Abstract The use of glycerol derived from biodiesel industry is an important development to add value to this actual waste. Several products can be obtained from glycerol, but acetins are very interesting molecules with a wide range of applications in pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food, and fuel...
Abstract Continuous-flow methodologies have been applied to the synthesis of a number of fluorinated alkynyl arenes and heteroarenes. Through a series of optimizations reagent stoichiometry and reaction time were improved and substrate specificity was interrogated. Using optimized conditions...
Abstract The atom economy concept is one of the earliest recognition for green and sustainable aspects of organic synthesis. Over the years, novel technologies emerged that made this important feature of reactions into practice. Continuousflow devices increased the efficiency of the chemical...
Abstract In this section of the journal, the continuous-flow chemistry literature of the preceding months is presented. Included are articles published in the period January–March 2013. Some key examples are highlighted in the form of graphical abstracts. The remaining publications in the field...
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