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Scientists Set to Benefit from Syrris’ Online Flow Chemistry Resource
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Scientists Set to Benefit from Syrris’ Online Flow Chemistry Resource

Scientists Set to Benefit from Syrris’ Online Flow Chemistry Resource
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Scientists Set to Benefit from Syrris’ Online Flow Chemistry Resource


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Syrris has created a new online resource for flow chemists, providing instant access to details of a wide variety of reactions performed using the Company’s award winning flow chemistry reactors.

Syrris has drawn on its experience and expertise as the established market leader in flow chemistry to develop this valuable library of abstracts, peer-reviewed papers and application notes describing the numerous different flow syntheses that have been performed using Syrris flow chemistry reactors.

Visitors to the site will be able to browse through a continually growing inventory of reactions, including Hantzsch synthesis, Grignard and Biginelli reactions, bromination and nitration of pyrazoles via electrophilic substitution, and many more.

This free reference tool is an invaluable source of information that will capture the interest of chemists worldwide, and help to drive forward the use of flow chemistry techniques for a wide range of applications.

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