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Continuous flow chemistry holds great potential for the production of biologically relevant molecules. Herein, we present an approach for the continuous synthesis of cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol in a one-flow system. The designed route consists of a reaction cascade involving...
The SF5 group has great potential in influencing the drug-like features of organic molecules due to its chemical stability, hydrophobic surface, electron-withdrawing capability and unique octahedral geometry. However, the difficulty in synthesising SF5-containing compounds, particularly in...
The matching of the micro-dispersion method and the reaction kinetics is of the utmost importance for the fast and strongly exothermic nitration reaction. Taken as an example to discuss this issue, a synthesis of 3,4-dichloronitrobenzene via the nitration of o-dichlorobenzene with mixed acid of...
Small sized particles of the antidiabetic drug metformin hydrochloride (MET.HCl) were produced by antisolvent based precipitation using an ultrasound assisted inverted jet reactor (IJR). This novel approach was implemented as a small passive mixer in which intensified turbulent mixing of the...
Herein, we disclose the continuous flow synthesis of xylidines via biphasic nitration of xylenes followed by nitro-reduction in various continuous flow systems, demonstrating that mass transfer greatly influences conversion and product selectivity. An efficient biphasic continuous flow nitration...
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