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A gentle introduction to the noble art of flow chemistry

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Flow chemistry isn’t hard. Don't fall for the slick marketing campaigns and glossy brochures of the corporate vendors. Steer clear of their pricey equipment and exorbitant service contracts. If you do it yourself, you can get better results at a fraction of the cost. So put away your cheque book, roll up your sleeves, and give it a go. This Focus Article shows you how.

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Submitted
28 Mar 2014
Accepted
12 May 2014
First published
02 Jun 2014

This article is Open Access

Mater. Horiz., 2014,1, 373-378
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A gentle introduction to the noble art of flow chemistry

J. H. Bannock, S. H. Krishnadasan, M. Heeney and J. C. de Mello, Mater. Horiz., 2014, 1, 373
DOI: 10.1039/C4MH00054D

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