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  • 1 Institute of Chemistry, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Heinrichstrasse 28, A-8010, Graz, Austria
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Abstract

In this section of the journal, the continuous flow chemistry literature of the preceding months is presented. Included are articles published in the period September–December 2012. Some key examples are highlighted in the form of graphical abstracts. The remaining publications in the field are then listed ordered by journal name, with review articles grouped at.

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  • In situ generated iron oxide nanocrystals as efficient and selective catalysts for the reduction of nitroarenes using a continuous flow methodD. Cantillo, M. Baghbanzadeh, C. O. Kappe* Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2012, 51, 1019010193.

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  • Production of p-Xylene from biomass by catalytic fast pyrolysis using ZSM-5 catalysts with reduced pore openingsY.-T. Cheng, Z. Wang, C. J. Gilbert, W. Fan,* G. W. Huber* Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2012, 51, 1109711100.

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  • Low-threshold photon upconversion capsules obtained by photoinduced interfacial polymerizationJ.i-H. Kang, E. Reichmanis* Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2012, 51, 1184111844.

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  • Asymmetric α-amination of aldehydes catalyzed by PS-diphenylprolinol silyl ethers: remediation of catalyst deactivation for continuous flow operationX. Fan, S. Sayalero, M. A. Pericas* Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis 2012, 354, 29712976.

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  • Flow synthesis of arylboronic esters bearing electrophilic functional groups and space integration with Suzuki–Miyaura coupling without intentionally added baseA. Nagaki, Y. Moriwaki, J.-i. Yoshida* Chemical Communications 2012, 48, 1121111213.

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  • Nucleophilic fluorination of β-ketoester derivatives with HBF4R. Pasceri, H. E. Bartrum, C. J. Hayes,* C. J. Moody* Chemical Communications 2012, 48, 1207712079.

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  • Flash generation of a highly reactive Pd catalyst for Suzuki–Miyaura coupling by using a flow microreactorA. Nagaki, N. Takabayashi, Y. Moriwaki, J.-i. Yoshida* Chemistry — A European Journal 2012, 18, 1187111875.

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  • Hierarchical supramolecular spinning of nanofibers in a microfluidic channel: tuning nanostructures at a dynamic interfaceM. Numata,* Y. Takigami, M. Takayama, T.O. Kozawa, N. Hirose Chemistry — A European Journal 2012, 18, 1300813017.

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  • Toward efficient asymmetric carbon–carbon bond formation: continuous flow with chiral heterogeneous catalystsT. Tsubogo, Y. Yamashita, S. Kobayashi* Chemistry — A European Journal 2012, 18, 1362413628.

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  • Linker-free, silica-bound olefin-metathesis catalysts: applications in heterogeneous catalysisJ. Cabrera, R. Padilla, M. Bru, R. Lindner, T. Kageyama, K. Wilckens, S. L. Balof, H.-J. Schanz, R. Dehn, J. H. Teles, S. Deuerlein, K. Müller, F. Rominger, M. Limbach* Chemistry — A European Journal 2012, 18, 1471714724.

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  • A fast-initiating ionically tagged ruthenium complex: a robust supported pre-catalyst for batch-process and continuous-flow olefin metathesisE. Borre, M. Rouen, I. Laurent, M. Magrez, F. Caijo, C. Crevisy, W. Solodenko, L. Toupet, R. Frankfurter, C. Vogt, A. Kirschning,* M., Mauduit* Chemistry — A European Journal 2012, 18, 1636916382.

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  • Synthesis of carbohydrates in a continuous flow reactor by immobilized phosphatase and aldolaseL. Babich, A. F. Hartog, L. J. C. van Hemert, F. P. J. T. Rutjes, R. Wever* ChemSusChem 2012, 5, 23482353.

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  • Heterogeneous catalysis with continuous flow microreactorsX. Liu, B. Ünal, K. F. Jensen* Catalysis Science & Technology 2012, 2, 21342138.

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  • Methylation using dimethylcarbonate catalysed by ionic liquids under continuous flow conditionsT. N. Glasnov, J. D. Holbrey,* C. O. Kappe,* K. R. Seddon, T. Yan Green Chemistry 2012, 13, 30713076.

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  • Facile heterogeneous catalytic hydrogenations of C═N and C═O bonds in neat water: anchoring of water-soluble metal complexes onto ion-exchange resinsP. Barbaro,* L. Gonsalvi,* A. Guerriero, F. Liguori Green Chemistry 2012, 13, 32113219.

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  • Multi-step processing in a microstructured flow reactor: direct nitration of propane — a proof of principleH. Löwe,* G. Wei, M. Jiang, C. Hofmann, H.-J. Kost, C. Schütt Green Processing and Synthesis 2012, 1, 439448.

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  • Intensifying the ATRP synthesis of statistical copolymers by continuous micromixing flow techniquesD. Parida, C. A. Serra,* F. Bally, D. K. Gar, Y. Hoarau Green Processing and Synthesis 2012, 1, 525532.

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  • CFD analysis of flow patterns and micromixing efficiency in a Y-type microchannel reactorX. Shi, Y. Xiang, L.-X. Wen,* J.-F. Chen Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2012, 51, 1394413952.

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  • Integration of microreactors with spectroscopic detection for online reaction monitoring and catalyst characterizationJ. Yue, J. C. Schouten, T. A. Nijhuis* Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2012, 51, 1458314609.

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  • Chlorohydrination of allyl chloride to dichloropropanol in a microchemical systemJ. Zhang, J. Tan, K. Wang, Y. Lu,* G., Luo* Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2012, 51, 1468514691.

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  • Morphological tuning of polymeric nanoparticles via microfluidic platform for fuel cell applicationsM. M. Hasani-Sadrabadi,* F. S. Majedi, J. J. VanDersarl, E. Dashtimoghadam, S. R. Ghaffarian, A. Bertsch, H. Moaddel, P. Renaud* Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012, 134, 1890418907.

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  • Radiofluorination and reductive amination using a microfluidic deviceK. Dahl,* M. Schou, C. Halldin Journal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals 2012, 55, 455459.

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  • Single-chain polymers achieved from radical polymerization under single-initiator conditionsS. Zhang, X. Pang, D. Guo, B. Zheng, S. Cui,* H., Ma* Langmuir 2012, 28, 1495414959.

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  • Understanding of the size control of biocompatible gold nanoparticles in millifluidic channelsH. Jun, T. Fabienne, M. Florent, P.-E. Coulon, M. Nicolas, S. Olivier* Langmuir 2012, 28, 1596615974.

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  • Near- and supercritical alcohols as solvents and surface modifiers for the continuous synthesis of cerium oxide nanoparticlesC. Slostowski, S. Marre, O. Babot, T. Toupance, C. Aymonier* Langmuir 2012, 28, 1665616663.

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  • Programmable microfluidic synthesis of spectrally encoded microspheresR. E. Gerver, R. Gomez-Sjöberg, B. C. Baxter, K. S. Thorn, P. M. Fordyce, C. A. Diaz-Botia, B. A. Helmse, J. L. DeRisi* Lab on a Chip 2012, 12, 47164723.

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  • Control of selectivity in heterogeneous catalysis by tuning nanoparticle properties and reactor residence timeE. Gross, J. H.-C. Liu, F. D. Toste,* G. A. Somorjai* Nature Chemistry 2012, 4, 947952.

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  • A flow-system array for the discovery and scale up of inorganic clustersC. J. Richmond, H. N. Miras, A. Ruiz de la Oliva, H. Zang, V. Sans, L. Paramonov, C. Makatsoris, R. Inglis, E. K. Brechin, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin* Nature Chemistry 2012, 4, 10371043.

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  • Silver nanowires and nanoparticles from a millifluidic reactor: application to metal assisted silicon etchingR. Gottesman, A. Tangy, I. Oussadon, D. Zitoun* New Journal of Chemistry 2012, 36, 24562459.

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  • Continuous processing in the manufacture of active pharmaceutical ingredients and finished dosage forms: an industry perspectiveP. Poechlauer,* J. Manley, R. Broxterman, B. Gregertsen, M. Ridemark Organic Process Research and Development 2012, 16, 15861590.

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  • Formation of aromatic amidoximes with hydroxylamine using microreactor technologyA. Vors,* Z. Baan, P. Mizsey, Z. Finta Organic Process Research and Development 2012, 16, 17171726.

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  • An automated continuous-flow platform for the estimation of multistep reaction kineticsB. J. Reizman, Klavs F. Jensen* Organic Process Research and Development 2012, 16, 17701782.

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  • Comparison of photo-oxidation reactions in batch and a new photosensitizer-immobilized microfluidic deviceE. K. Lumley, C. E. Dyer, N. Pamme, R. W. Boyle* Organic Letters 2012, 14, 57245727.

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  • A supramolecular approach to enzyme immobilization in micro-channelsA. González-Campo, B. Eke, H. J. G. E. Gardeniers, J. Huskens,* P., Jonkheijm* Small 2012, 8, 35313537.

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  • Flow photochemistry: old light through new windowsJ. P. Knowles, L. D. Elliott, K. I. Booker-Milburn* Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 2012, 8, 20252052.

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  • Highlights of photochemical reactions in microflow reactorsM. Oelgemöller* Chemical Engineering & Technology 2012, 35, 11441152.

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  • Combination of flow reactors with microwave-assisted synthesis: smart engineering concept for steering synthetic chemistry on the ‘fast lane’E. Gjuraj, R. Kongoli, G. Shore* Chemical & Biochemical Engineering Quarterly 2012, 26, 285307.

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  • Development of methodologies for reactions involving gases as reagents: microwave heating and conventionally-heated continuous-flow processing as examplesM. A. Mercadante, N. E. Leadbeater* Green Processing and Synthesis 2012, 1, 499507.

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  • Efficient and modular solutions from the flonamic flow chemistry platforms towards modular production units: Bayer technology services complements its technology platform by flow chemistryS. Gestermann,* T. Bieringer, S. Buchholz, J. Heck Green Processing and Synthesis 2012, 1, 535537.

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  • A light touch to a deadly problemK. Booker-Milburn* Nature Chemistry 2012, 4, 433435.