• Continuous Flow Nitrification

    Continuous Flow Nitrification


  • Microchannel reactor for nitration reaction process

    Nitration reactions mainly include:1.Alkyl nitration, synthesis of nitroalkanes. This type of reaction is a high-temperature free radical reaction, mostly occurring in the gas phase. Although there ar


  • Photochlorination

    PhotochlorinationWhat's Photochlorination ?The chlorine molecule (Cl-Cl) is composed of two chlorine atoms (Cl) bonded together. When chlorine is exposed to light, the chlorine molecule is cleaved


  • Using back pressure valve in flow chemistry

    Continuous flow chemistry or flow chemistry is compared to batch chemistry. The advantages include more consistent quality, higher efficiency, and easy scale-up from R&D to production. In flow che


  • Electrochemistry Made Easy with Continuous Flow Chemistry Techniques

    Even though electrochemistry offers tremendous benefits to synthetic organic chemists, it is rarely used in modern labs because of the lack of suitable equipment that enables non-electrochemists to pe


  • Continuous flow glass microchannel reactors cleaning

    When the experimental process is finished, please clean the microreactor in time to avoid residual process fluid in the reactor, which may clog the reactor with high concentration of process fluid res


  • Continuous Flow Chemistry Reactors

    “Flow chemistry,” also called “continuous flow chemistry” or “plug flow chemistry,” is used to describe a range of chemical reactions that occur in a continuously flowing stream as contrasted to classic static batch reactor systems. What the two have in common is the ‘reaction time’. The chemical industry has used flow chemistry systems for decades due to their speed, repeatability, inventory control and scalability. What is new is the ability to perform multiple and repeatable flow chemistry reactions on an automated platform, rapidly with very low volumes.


  • Reactions involving solids in continuous flow chemistry

    For continuous flow reactions, especially multi-stage continuous flow reactions, the formation of solids has always been a big problem. In the existing standardized microreactors, the solid particles produced by the reaction are very easy to accumulate at the back pressure valve and the corners of the reaction pipeline and eventually cause the pipeline to block.


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