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Themed collection Enabling Technologies for Organic Synthesis

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Development of a new microwave-assisted cleavable backbone amide linker (BAL): a comparative study

A thorough comparative study to demonstrate the properties of a new microwave labile backbone amide linker is presented.

Graphical abstract: Development of a new microwave-assisted cleavable backbone amide linker (BAL): a comparative study
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The development and evaluation of a conducting matrix for the electrochemical regeneration of the immobilised co-factor NAD(H) under continuous flow

Employing a novel conducting controlled pore glass-poly(pyrrole) material for the co-immobilisation of HLADH and NAD(H), we were able to fabricate a reagent-less flow reactor capable of the continuous biosynthesis of chiral compounds under an applied voltage.

Graphical abstract: The development and evaluation of a conducting matrix for the electrochemical regeneration of the immobilised co-factor NAD(H) under continuous flow
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Microwave-assisted Maillard reactions for the preparation of advanced glycation end products (AGEs)

A MW-assisted Maillard reaction in DMF showed to be a straightforward method for the preparation of pentosidine and other AGE derivatives paving the road to a plethora of challenging scientific applications.

Graphical abstract: Microwave-assisted Maillard reactions for the preparation of advanced glycation end products (AGEs)
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The application of stop-flow microwave technology to scaling-out SNAr reactions using a soluble organic base

Substituted diaryl ethers have been prepared by SNAr reaction in combination with a soluble organic base, with productivities of >0.5 kg per day using an automated stop-flow microwave reactor.

Graphical abstract: The application of stop-flow microwave technology to scaling-out SNAr reactions using a soluble organic base
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Continuous flow processing from microreactors to mesoscale: the Bohlmann–Rahtz cyclodehydration reaction

Combining microwave dielectric heating and flow processing provides a reliable and robust means to transfer operations from discovery to mesoscale production, exemplified by the Bohlmann–Rahtz cyclodehydration reaction.

Graphical abstract: Continuous flow processing from microreactors to mesoscale: the Bohlmann–Rahtz cyclodehydration reaction
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The application of flow microreactors to the preparation of a family of casein kinase I inhibitors

In this article we demonstrate how a combination of enabling technologies such as flow synthesis, solid-supported reagents and scavenging resins utilised under fully automated software control can assist in typical medicinal chemistry programmes

Graphical abstract: The application of flow microreactors to the preparation of a family of casein kinase I inhibitors
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Versatile microwave-induced reactions for the multiple functionalization of carbon nanotubes

Doubly functionalized CNTs, obtained via microwave activation, can serve as multipurpose, versatile synthons.

Graphical abstract: Versatile microwave-induced reactions for the multiple functionalization of carbon nanotubes
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Fate of monoterpenes in near-critical water and supercritical alcohols assisted by microwave irradiation

The behaviour of α- and β-pinene in near-critical water and supercritical alcohols generated under closed-vessel conditions using a microwave was investigated, revealing significant differences in product distribution and reactivity.

Graphical abstract: Fate of monoterpenes in near-critical water and supercritical alcohols assisted by microwave irradiation
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Microwave-induced electrostatic etching: generation of highly reactive magnesium for application in Grignard reagent formation

Microwave-induced electrical discharges influence the surface and, therefore, the reactivity in Grignard reagent formation of magnesium turnings.

Graphical abstract: Microwave-induced electrostatic etching: generation of highly reactive magnesium for application in Grignard reagent formation
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The continuous flow synthesis of butane-2,3-diacetal protected building blocks using microreactors

The continuous flow syntheses of a family of butane-2,3-diacetal protected building blocks has been achieved using microreactors in concert with solid supported reagents and scavengers.

Graphical abstract: The continuous flow synthesis of butane-2,3-diacetal protected building blocks using microreactors
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Generation and reaction of cyano-substituted aryllithium compounds using microreactors

An effective method for the generation and reaction of aryllithium compounds bearing a cyano group has been developed using microflow systems.

Graphical abstract: Generation and reaction of cyano-substituted aryllithium compounds using microreactors
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On the importance of simultaneous infrared/fiber-optic temperature monitoring in the microwave-assisted synthesis of ionic liquids

Infrared sensors give erroneous temperature readings and can not be used for microwave chemistry involving ionic liquids.

Graphical abstract: On the importance of simultaneous infrared/fiber-optic temperature monitoring in the microwave-assisted synthesis of ionic liquids
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About this collection

Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry's web theme issue on Enabling Technologies for Organic Synthesis is now published. The articles and an introduction from Guest Editor C. Oliver Kappe can be viewed below.

Introduction to the web theme issue by C. Oliver Kappe
Welcome to the 2010 web theme issue "Enabling Technologies for Organic Synthesis"

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