ReactIR flow cell: A new analytical tool for continuous flow chemical processing

  • Carter C
  • Lange H
  • Ley S
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Abstract

A newly developed ReactIR flow cell is reported as a convenient and versatile inline analytical tool for continuous flow chemical processing. The flow cell, operated with ATR technology, is attached directly into a reaction flow stream using standard OmniFit (HPLC) connections and can be used in combination with both meso- and microscale flow chemistry equipment. The iC IR analysis software (version 4.0) enables the monitoring of reagent consumption and product formation, aiding the rapid optimisation of procedures. Short-lived reactive intermediates can also be observed in situ, giving further mechanistic insight into complex transformations. Ac 2010 American Chemical Society

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Authors

  • C F Carter

  • H Lange

  • S V Ley

  • I R Baxendale

  • B Wittkamp

  • J G Goode

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