Oscillatory three-phase flow reactor for studies of bi-phasic catalytic reactions
Author(s)Abolhasani, Milad; Bruno, Nicholas C.; Jensen, Klavs F.
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A multi-phase flow strategy, based on oscillatory motion of a bi-phasic slug within a fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) tubular reactor, under inert atmosphere, is designed and developed to address mixing and mass transfer limitations associated with continuous slug flow chemistry platforms for studies of bi-phasic catalytic reactions. The technique is exemplified with C–C and C–N Pd catalyzed coupling reactions.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Chemical Engineering; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Chemistry
Royal Society of Chemistry
Abolhasani, Milad, Nicholas C. Bruno, and Klavs F. Jensen. “Oscillatory Three-Phase Flow Reactor for Studies of Bi-Phasic Catalytic Reactions.” Chem. Commun. 51, no. 43 (2015): 8916–8919. © 2015 Royal Society of Chemistry
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