By Emma Foster on Fri 17 April 2020
You might know what Flow Chemistry is, and how it works. But do you know why chemists across all industries and academia are switching to continuous flow techniques for their chemistry?
Do you know what benefits your lab will see by performing chemistry in continuous flow?
Right now, flow chemistry is everywhere. Chemistry students are studying it, the professors are perfecting it and R&D labs are working with it every day.
But do you know why chemists across all industries and academia are switching to continuous flow techniques for their chemistry? They have the knowledge on how it works and what they can achieve using flow chemistry to enhance their processes.
The chemistry experts at Syrris have explained the 9 reasons why chemists from various industries are moving to continuous flow chemistry which are:
- Faster reactions
- Safer reactions
- Faster reaction optimisation
- Fast serial library synthesis
- Reaction conditions not possible in batch
- Reactions are usually more selective
- Scale up is easier in flow than batch
- Easy integration of reaction analysis
- Reactions are easier to work-up in flow
Discover more about why flow chemistry is becoming more popular among multiple industries and how it can optimise your performance by filling out the form below.