Tag: Uniqsis

Gas-liquid reactor gives continuous-flow carbonylation

A NEW approach to gas/liquid reactions has resulted in a protocol to reproducibly perform carbonylation chemistry under continuous flow through conditions. Using a Uniqsis GAM II gas-liquid reactor, laboratory scientists at Sygnature Discovery in Nottingham, UK, developed the method to…

Flow chemistry chiller takes reactions to -88C

COOLING flow chemistry reactions below about -70C has traditionally presented challenges in the laboratory, requiring the use of pressurised gas and heat exchangers.   Now Uniqsis says it has developed an advanced chiller unit, the FlowSyn Polar Bear, which works with…

Flow chemistry reactors ‘are better than batch’

FLOWSYN integrated flow reactor systems from Uniqsis are designed to exploit the many advantages of flow chemistry in micro-reactors over batch chemistry operations. Flow chemistry offers better reproducibility and scalability, improved yields and fewer problems with unstable intermediates or exothermic…