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Issue 11, 2015
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Flow chemistry as a versatile tool for the synthesis of triazoles

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Continuous-flow processing offers unprecedented opportunities to accelerate, integrate, simplify, scale-up and automatize chemical reactions, in combination with an inherently safer and ‘greener’ nature over traditional batch-based syntheses. Triazoles are amongst the most important and most intensively studied heterocycles due to their diverse biological activities and incredible number of applications in labeling, modification and synthesis of various biomolecules, polymers and supramolecular assemblies. Many research groups have demonstrated that both copper-catalyzed and catalyst-free cycloadditions between azides and various dipolarophiles leading to triazoles or triazole-based structures can be greatly facilitated through the beneficial features of continuous-flow processing. The present review therefore surveys the flow chemistry-based approaches for the synthesis of triazoles, covering the most important catalytic and catalyst-free strategies in continuously operated systems published during the past decade.

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The article was received on 09 Apr 2015, accepted on 22 Jun 2015 and first published on 23 Jun 2015

Article type: Minireview
DOI: 10.1039/C5CY00523J
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Citation: Catal. Sci. Technol., 2015,5, 4926-4941

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    Flow chemistry as a versatile tool for the synthesis of triazoles

    S. B. Ötvös and F. Fülöp, Catal. Sci. Technol., 2015, 5, 4926
    DOI: 10.1039/C5CY00523J

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