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Develop Syntheses More Efficiently: How to Save Time and Money by Laboratory Automation

Parallel experiments to determine the metastable zone for a successful scale-up

12-Jul-2019

How to maximize the efficiency and quality of developing your synthesis through parallel method development using fully automated laboratory reactors

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Chemists Need Tools that Allow them to Better Profile Organo-Metallic Reactions

New Automated Sampling Technique for Improved Impurity Profiling of Oxygen Sensitive Organo-Metallic Reactions

11-Jun-2016

Advantages of automated sampling in a case study testing the practice of EasySampler for reaction profiling of an organo-metallic reaction

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Innovative Techniques to Synthesize Breakthrough Molecules

Case Studies for Optimizing Organic Chemistry R&D

19-Apr-2016

Four case studies highlight how top pharmaceutical companies are implementing new synthesis techniques and the impact on the chemical synthesis lab

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Pfizer Evaluates New Automated Sampling Technique

New Automated Sampling Technique for Improved Impurity Profiling

01-Sep-2015

This paper reviews the advantages of automated sampling, and four case studies testing the practice of EasySampler at Pfizer for impurity profiling

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In Situ Monitoring of Chemical Reactions – A Molecular Video

ReactIR

30-Apr-2013

While the technique has gained increased popularity in recent times, the principal of in situ reaction monitoring dates back to 1961 when Farenfort introduced a new method of measurement that today is called Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR). The co

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Analysis of water soluble polymers using linear size exclusion HPLC columns and a semi-micro SEC system

16-Nov-2010

One of the most widely used water-soluble polymers is Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP). For more than 70 years it is applied in a variety of applications in medicine, pharmacy, cosmetics and industrial production. PVP binds to polar molecules exceptionally

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