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    RAFT Polymerization in Flow Chemistry Reactors

    Uniqsis reports researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Institute of Membrane Research (Geesthacht, Germany) are using a 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

    Synthesizing Novel Nanomaterials

    The University of Tartu is the largest and most renowned academic institution in Estonia and one of the most respected centres of education and research in Central and Eastern Europe. The Institute of Physics at the University of Tartu is using a Uniqsis FlowSyn™ continuous flow reactor with Flow-UV™ detector to assist them in development

    Plug and Play Reactor Modules for Flow Chemistry

    Uniqsis offers a range of affordable ‘plug and play’ reactor modules designed to make high performance flow chemistry accessible to everyone. With an operating temperature range of ambient to +300°C, the HotCoil™ reactor heating module represents a cost-effective entry solution into flow chemistry. Simply add your own pumps to create a basic flow chemistry system.

    High Throughput Flow Reactor for Process Chemists

    The FlowSyn Maxi™ from Uniqsis is a high throughput flow reactor for process chemists looking to optimise reaction conditions before scaling-up synthetic production to multiple kilograms per day. Combining the benefits of proven FlowSyn technology with the capability to run at high flow rates (up to 100 ml/min) in a compact benchtop design – the

    Automated reaction optimization for pharmaceutical labs

    Steve Evans joined Uniqsis in 2017 to take on the role of International Sales Manager. Steve has a broad expertise of life sciences instrumentation including flow chemistry and microwave assisted organic synthesis. He has a wealth of experience having previously held commercial positions including sales, account development/management, sales team/distributor management, product/business development, global sales &

    Standalone Flow Chemistry Module for Exothermic Reactions

    Uniqsis has launched ColdChip™ – a new versatile mixer/reactor module enabling researchers to experiment with different chemistries particularly exothermic reactions that need to be safely run in a cooled environment with highly efficient mixing. Compact in design, and requiring no input power, the ColdChip™ is optimised for use with the Uniqsis FlowSyn and FlowLab range

    Affordable, High Performance Reactor Modules for Flow Chemistry

    Uniqsis offers a range of reactor modules designed to enable labs, with a limited budget, to build flow chemistry systems without compromising performance considerations. The Cold Coil II™ Flow Reactor Module is designed to provide a flexible, entry-level solution for low temperature flow chemistry applications. Used in conjunction with an external thermoregulation circulator the Cold Coil

    Compact temperature-controlled batch Photoreactor

    For synthesis labs looking to undertake small scale photochemical reactions – Uniqsis has introduced Solstice™ – a compact, temperature-controlled batch photoreactor that combines affordability, high-performance and flexibility. Solstice™ is the ideal photochemical synthesis tool for reactions involving solid materials (such as catalysis), optimisation of reaction conditions and production of small compound arrays. Fitting neatly onto

    Chinese Academic Institutions Invest in Flow Chemistry

    Uniqsis report major growth in sales of its FlowSyn, FlowLab and modular based flow chemistry reactor systems to leading Chinese academic institutions. Most recently, local distributor – Beijing SMS has installed systems at ICCAS, Kunming University and Sichuan University. These academic institutions were interested in acquiring easy to use and maintain, high performance flow chemistry

    How to improve the reproducibility of your flow chemistry

    To enhance the reproducibility of flow chemistry scale-up – precise control of mixing and temperature in highly exothermic or rapid reactions is essential. The expanding range of Glass Static Mixer (GSM) chip reactor blocks from Uniqsis produce an efficient, turbulent mixed reagent stream for flow chemistry reactions that is not diffusion dependent. Available in sizes