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Flow Microreactor Synthesis in Organo-Fluorine Chemistry

Published: Thursday, February 27, 2014
Last Updated: Thursday, February 27, 2014
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This review focuses on successful examples on synthesis and reactions of fluorine-containing molecules by the use of flow microreactor systems.

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Organo-fluorine compounds are the substances of considerable interest in various industrial fields due to their unique physical and chemical properties. Despite increased demand in wide fields of science, synthesis of fluoro-organic compounds is still often faced with problems such as the difficulties in handling of fluorinating reagents and in controlling of chemical reactions. Recently, flow microreactor synthesis has emerged as a new methodology for producing chemical substances with high efficiency. This review outlines the successful examples of synthesis and reactions of fluorine-containing molecules by the use of flow microreactor systems to overcome long-standing problems in fluorine chemistry.

The article is published online in Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry and is free to access. 


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