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    Automated Flow Chemistry Synthesis of Combinatorial Libraries

    Uniqsis announce the FlowSyn Automated Loop Filling (FlowSyn Auto-LF™) system – an exciting new automated product designed to harness the power of flow chemistry to deliver more compounds faster. The FlowSyn Auto-LF is a powerful and highly efficient module for running multiple experiments with multiple reagent inputs under different sets of chemical conditions. This new

    Universal UV-Visible Detector for Flow Chemistry

    The Flow-UV™ from Uniqsis is a universal in-line UV-Visible detector that sets a new standard for real time monitoring of continuous flow applications. The compact, high-resolution Flow-UV™ CCD array detector does not require calibration or routine servicing. In contrast to conventional Deuterium UV lamps, the Xenon flash lamp source used in the Flow-UV™ has a

    Synthesis of Well-Defined Polymers

    Researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Institute of Membrane Research in Geesthacht, Germany have used a Uniqsis FlowLab Plus flow chemistry system with glass static mixer reactor blocks to synthesise well defined polymers. Synthesizing well defined polymers, with a narrow Molecular Weight distribution, has traditionally been achieved by using anionic polymerization methodologies. However, precise control of Molecular

    Control module for heated & cooled flow chemistry applications

    The Uniqsis Polar Bear Plus Flow™ is a compact, state of the art temperature control module, that can be used as a standalone unit or integrated with a flow reactor, for both heated and cooled flow chemistry applications. Utilising highly efficient, compressor-based cooling and heating technology the Polar Bear Plus Flow™ can precisely and reliably

    Closed Loop Reaction Optimisation

    Uniqsis report how researchers at the University of Pretoria (South Africa) have developed a general platform for performing closed loop reaction optimisation by integrating a Uniqsis FlowSyn Maxi continuous flow reactor with an analytical HPLC. In the reported work* the FlowSyn Maxi was controlled over ethernet using an open-source Node-Red dashboard running on a Raspberry