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A Hantzsch synthesis of 2-aminothiazoles performed in a heated microreactor system.
This paper presents the first example known to the authors of a heated organic reaction performed on a glass microreactor under electro-osmotic flow control. The experiments consisted of theExpand
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Synthesis and analysis of combinatorial libraries performed in an automated micro reactor system.
This paper presents the synthesis of combinatorial libraries performed on a single-channel glass micro reactor under hydrodynamic flow control. The experiments were carried out in a non-well basedExpand
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The generation of concentration gradients using electroosmotic flow in micro reactors allowing stereoselective chemical synthesis.
The stereoselective control of chemical reactions has been achieved by applying electrical fields in a micro reactor generating controlled concentration gradients of the reagent streams. TheExpand
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The preparation of a series of nitrostilbene ester compounds using micro reactor technology.
The synthesis of stilbene esters using Wittig chemistry has been used to illustrate the generic diversity micro reactors offer in terms of chemical control and rapid method development. The microExpand
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Determination of molecular vibrational state energies using the ab initio semiclassical initial value representation: application to formaldehyde.
We have demonstrated the use of ab initio molecular dynamics (AIMD) trajectories to compute the vibrational energy levels of molecular systems in the context of the semiclassical initial valueExpand
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Synthesis of a three-member array of cycloadducts in a glass microchip under pressure driven flow.
The synthesis of a series of cycloadduct products carried out in a glass microchip under pressure driven flow is presented. Initially, four different compounds were synthesized individually withExpand
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Photoexcitation of 11-Z-cis-7,8-dihydro retinal and 11-Z-cis retinal: A comparative computational study
Abstract We present vertical excitation properties calculated using Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory (TD-DFT) and Resolution of Identity second-order coupled cluster (RI-CC2) methods for theExpand
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The elimination of a hydrogen atom in Na(H2O)n.
By a systematic examination on Na(H2O)n, with n = 4-7, 9, 10, and 15, we demonstrate that a hydrogen loss reaction can be initiated by a single sodium atom with water molecules. This reaction isExpand
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