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Editorial Following the chemical literature over the past few years, it is pretty obvious that the number of publications dealing with continuous flow applications is increasing at a very rapid rate. At the same time, there is a growing interest in using flow chemistry in both discovery and process research laboratories within the pharmaceutical, agro, fine- chemical, petrochemical, and fragrance industries. Despite this increased awareness and interest, there is no dedicated journal available which focuses specifically on the inherent problems associated with flow chemistry applications. In 2010, the Flow Chemistry Society was formed by internationally recognized flow chemistry experts to unite and represent those who are actively working on this rapidly developing field (see accompanying Editorial by Dr. Ferenc Darvas). One of the particu- lar missions of the Society is to promote the communication between scientists – both in academia and industry – working in the area of flow chemistry. The first step toward this direction was to establish an international journal on flow chemistry research featuring reviews, concept articles, short communications, as well as letters to the editors from the flow chemistry community. In 2010, the Flow Chemistry Society entered into a strategic partnership with a Kluwer’s affiliate in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Flow Chemistry Springer Journals

Editorial

Abstract

Following the chemical literature over the past few years, it is pretty obvious that the number of publications dealing with continuous flow applications is increasing at a very rapid rate. At the same time, there is a growing interest in using flow chemistry in both discovery and process research laboratories within the pharmaceutical, agro, fine- chemical, petrochemical, and fragrance industries. Despite this increased awareness and interest, there is no dedicated journal available which...
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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © Akadémiai Kiadó 2011
ISSN
2062-249X
eISSN
2063-0212
DOI
10.1556/jfchem.2011.11111
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Abstract

Following the chemical literature over the past few years, it is pretty obvious that the number of publications dealing with continuous flow applications is increasing at a very rapid rate. At the same time, there is a growing interest in using flow chemistry in both discovery and process research laboratories within the pharmaceutical, agro, fine- chemical, petrochemical, and fragrance industries. Despite this increased awareness and interest, there is no dedicated journal available which focuses specifically on the inherent problems associated with flow chemistry applications. In 2010, the Flow Chemistry Society was formed by internationally recognized flow chemistry experts to unite and represent those who are actively working on this rapidly developing field (see accompanying Editorial by Dr. Ferenc Darvas). One of the particu- lar missions of the Society is to promote the communication between scientists – both in academia and industry – working in the area of flow chemistry. The first step toward this direction was to establish an international journal on flow chemistry research featuring reviews, concept articles, short communications, as well as letters to the editors from the flow chemistry community. In 2010, the Flow Chemistry Society entered into a strategic partnership with a Kluwer’s affiliate in

Journal

Journal of Flow ChemistrySpringer Journals

Published: Jan 1, 2011

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