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By embedding flow technology in the early phases of academic education, students are exposed to both the theoretical and practical aspects of this modern and widely-used technology. Herein, two laboratory flow experiments are described which have been carried out by first year undergraduate...
Continuous flow chemistry is undergoing rapid growth and adoption within the pharmaceutical industry due to its ability to rapidly translate chemical discoveries from medicinal chemistry laboratories into process laboratories. Its growing significance means that it is imperative that flow...
Despite growing applications being reported both in academia and industry, continuous flow chemistry remains a relatively untaught field across most chemistry undergraduate courses. This is particularly true in laboratory practical classes, where it is often deemed simpler to carry out synthetic...
As 3D printing technologies become more accessible, chemists are beginning to design and develop their own bespoke printable devices particularly applied to the field of flow chemistry. Designing functional flow components can often be a lengthy and laborious process requiring complex 3D...
The need for enhanced education in catalysis is common to many countries. Dramatic progress in catalysis fundamental science and technology occurred in the last two decades enables teaching and learning of catalysis based on a unified approach in which catalysis including all its subdisciplines...
We present a challenging flow-chemistry experiment concerning the synthesis of diphenyldiazomethane using the Omura-Sharma-Swern oxidation, that we have developed and used in our second-year undergraduate lab classes over the past seven years. The experiment integrates a number of different...
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