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Microwave & Flow Chemistry Conference

20 Jul 2013 - 23 Jul 2013 - Napa Valley, CA, USA



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This conference brings together an outstanding group of academic and industrial speakers using microwave heating and / or continuous-flow processing in their chemistry platforms. It will be of interest to those already using these tools in their setting as well as those interested in getting started. The focus of the conference will be in the application of these technologies to organic chemistry and will span production scales from milligrams to multiple kilograms per day. The use of microwave and continuous-flow processing for preparing a wide range of final products will be discussed, including medicinal chemistry, fine chemistry and bulk chemicals. An important part of the conference will be dissemination of new, previously unpublished results.

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