Flow photochemistry: Old light through new windows

@inproceedings{Knowles2012FlowPO,
  title={Flow photochemistry: Old light through new windows},
  author={Jonathan P. Knowles and Luke D Elliott and Kevin I Booker-Milburn},
  booktitle={Beilstein journal of organic chemistry},
  year={2012}
}
Synthetic photochemistry carried out in classic batch reactors has, for over half a century, proved to be a powerful but under-utilised technique in general organic synthesis. Recent developments in flow photochemistry have the potential to allow this technique to be applied in a more mainstream setting. This review highlights the use of flow reactors in organic photochemistry, allowing a comparison of the various reactor types to be made. 

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