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Taming hazardous chemistry by continuous flow technology

(2016) CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS. 45(18). p.4892-4928
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Over the last two decades, flow technologies have become increasingly popular in the field of organic chemistry, offering solutions for engineering and/or chemical problems. Flow reactors enhance the mass and heat transfer, resulting in rapid reaction mixing, and enable a precise control over the reaction parameters, increasing the overall process selectivity, efficiency and safety. These features allow chemists to tackle unexploited challenges in their work, with the ultimate objective making chemistry more accesible for laboratory and industrial applications, avoiding the need to store and handle toxic, reactive and explosive reagents. This review covers some of the latest and most relevant developments in the field of continuous flow chemistry with the focus on hazardous reactions.
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ELEMENTAL FLUORINE, GENERATED DIAZO-COMPOUNDS, FLASH CHEMISTRY, IN-SITU GENERATION, AMIDE BOND FORMATION, MULTISTEP ORGANIC-SYNTHESIS, CHEMICAL-SYNTHESIS, MONOLITHIC TRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE REAGENT, INTEGRATED MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEM, SELECTIVE DIRECT FLUORINATION

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Movsisyan, Marine et al. “Taming Hazardous Chemistry by Continuous Flow Technology.” CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS 45.18 (2016): 4892–4928. Print.
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Movsisyan, M., Delbeke, E., Berton, J., Battilocchio, C., Ley, S., & Stevens, C. (2016). Taming hazardous chemistry by continuous flow technology. CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, 45(18), 4892–4928.
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Movsisyan, Marine, Elisabeth Delbeke, Jan Berton, Claudio Battilocchio, Steven Ley, and Christian Stevens. 2016. “Taming Hazardous Chemistry by Continuous Flow Technology.” Chemical Society Reviews 45 (18): 4892–4928.
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Movsisyan, Marine, Elisabeth Delbeke, Jan Berton, Claudio Battilocchio, Steven Ley, and Christian Stevens. 2016. “Taming Hazardous Chemistry by Continuous Flow Technology.” Chemical Society Reviews 45 (18): 4892–4928.
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Movsisyan M, Delbeke E, Berton J, Battilocchio C, Ley S, Stevens C. Taming hazardous chemistry by continuous flow technology. CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS. 2016;45(18):4892–928.
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M. Movsisyan, E. Delbeke, J. Berton, C. Battilocchio, S. Ley, and C. Stevens, “Taming hazardous chemistry by continuous flow technology,” CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, vol. 45, no. 18, pp. 4892–4928, 2016.
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  abstract     = {Over the last two decades, flow technologies have become increasingly popular in the field of organic chemistry, offering solutions for engineering and/or chemical problems. Flow reactors enhance the mass and heat transfer, resulting in rapid reaction mixing, and enable a precise control over the reaction parameters, increasing the overall process selectivity, efficiency and safety. These features allow chemists to tackle unexploited challenges in their work, with the ultimate objective making chemistry more accesible for laboratory and industrial applications, avoiding the need to store and handle toxic, reactive and explosive reagents. This review covers some of the latest and most relevant developments in the field of continuous flow chemistry with the focus on hazardous reactions.},
  author       = {Movsisyan, Marine and Delbeke, Elisabeth and Berton, Jan and Battilocchio, Claudio and Ley, Steven and Stevens, Christian},
  issn         = {0306-0012},
  journal      = {CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS},
  keywords     = {ELEMENTAL FLUORINE,GENERATED DIAZO-COMPOUNDS,FLASH CHEMISTRY,IN-SITU GENERATION,AMIDE BOND FORMATION,MULTISTEP ORGANIC-SYNTHESIS,CHEMICAL-SYNTHESIS,MONOLITHIC TRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE REAGENT,INTEGRATED MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEM,SELECTIVE DIRECT FLUORINATION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {18},
  pages        = {4892--4928},
  title        = {Taming hazardous chemistry by continuous flow technology},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c5cs00902b},
  volume       = {45},
  year         = {2016},
}

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