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Chemists in Germany have developed a simple synthesis route that builds upon a reaction breakthrough they made in 2017.
Light Simplifies Synthesis -- The new reaction can't produce industrial quantities of compounds, but may prompt research that could lead to such prospects.
Researchers develop a more-efficient, less-expensive selective oxidation catalyst using molecular oxygen as the oxidant and without producing co-products or byproducts.
Next step: Broaden the scope of such reactions and increase the efficiency.
Sunlight Powers Clean Reactions -- Combining photovoltaics and electrochemistry can lead to benign oxidation byproducts
Knowledge base searches and analyzes more than 7 million chemicals and reactions
New aniline synthesis method relies on photoredox catalysis to form C-N bonds.
New Concept Targets Sequential Reactions
A novel screening process removes the role of chance in discovering new catalysts and their associated reactions
Work now is focusing on optimizing the catalyst structure and testing its viability for other types of reactions.
Whitepaper highlights what’s needed to make chemical reactions driven by solar energy a reality.
Dutch researchers develop an artificial leaf that spurs energy-efficient reactions through the use of solar energy and liquid pumped through microchannels to manufacture pharmaceuticals.
A major investment program now underway at a German site aims to ensure that its synthesis capability remains at the cutting edge of technology. Renovation and expansion efforts center on two multipurpose production lines. Here are details.
Technology really can transform worthless materials into gold.
Novel reaction technology makes polylactic acid with improved properties at lower cost
A new nonmetallic catalyst promises to enable economical hydrogen-based substitution reactions that now require expensive or hazardous synthesis routes.
Novel process-intensification unit promises unparalleled performance
Approach can be applied to the production of existing or new pharmaceuticals.
High-speed ball milling can save on waste and develope new science.
Researchers in Japan have developed a process for asymmetric synthesis of optically active alcohol derivatives.
Researchers use microscopy and modeling to reveal complex transformations at the molecular structure level.
System improves separation, is more environmentally friendly and less costly.
Approach relies on forming chiral iminium ions and then activating them with a light emitting diode.
Using water instead of organic solvents promises environmental benefits for aldehyde reaction.
Combining visible light with an iridium complex efficiently catalyzes enantioselective C-C bond formation.