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In this section of the journal, the literature on continuous-flow synthesis (primarily organic synthesis and functional materials) from the period of April to June 2015 is presented. All the publications are listed and ordered by journal name, with a review article appearing at the end. With a few special issues on flow synthesis that would be appearing in other journals in coming months, the list of publications in this area is expected to grow rapidly towards the end of this year.

  • High-throughput generation of emulsions and microgels in parallelized microfluidic drop-makers prepared by rapid prototypingT. Femmer, A. Jans, R. Eswein, N. Anwar, M. Moeller, M. Wessling, A. J. C. Kuehne ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015, 7, 1263512638

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  • Magnetic droplet microfluidics as a platform for the concentration of [18 F]fluoride and radiosynthesis of sulfonyl [18 F]fluorideS. A. Fiel, H. Yang, P. Schaffer, S. Weng, J. A. H. Inkster, M. C. K. Wong, P. C. H. Li ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015, 7, 1292312929

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  • A flow-through enzymatic microreactor for the rapid conversion of triacylglycerols into fatty acid ethyl ester and fatty acid methyl ester derivatives for GC analysisS. T. Anuar, S. M. Mugo, J. M. Curtis Analytical Methods 2015, 7, 58985906

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  • Making ends meet: flow synthesis as the answer to reproducible high-performance conjugated polymers on the scale that roll-to-roll processing demandsM. Helgesen, J. E. Carlé, G. A. dos Reis Benatto, R. R. Søndergaard, M. Jørgensen, E. Bundgaard, F. C. Krebs Advanced Energy Materials 2015, 5

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  • Reactions of difunctional electrophiles with functionalized aryllithium compounds: remarkable chemoselectivity by flash chemistryA. Nagaki, K. Imai, S. Ishiuchi, J. Yoshida Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 19141918

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  • Continuous synthesis of diethyl carbonate from ethanol and CO2 over Ce–Zr–O catalystsI. Prymak, V. N. Kalevaru, S. Wohlrab, A. Martin Catalysis Science & Technology 2015, 5, 23222331

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  • Continuous poly(2-oxazoline) triblock copolymer synthesis in a microfluidic reactor cascadeE. Baeten, B. Verbraeken, R. Hoogenboom, T. Junkers Chemical Communications 2015, 51, 1170111704

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  • Continuous synthesis of methanol: heterogeneous hydrogenation of ethylene carbonate over Cu/HMS catalysts in a fixed bed reactor systemX. Chen, Y. Cui, C. Wen, B. Wang, W-L. Dai Chemical Communications 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5CC05030H

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  • Large-scale continuous hydrothermal production and activation of ZIF-8A. S. Munn, P. W. Dunne, S. V. Y. Tang, E. H. Lester Chemical Communications 2015, 51, 1281112814

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  • Continuous flow of nitroso Diels–Alder reactionE. Nakashima, H. Yamamoto Chemical Communications 2015, 51, 1230912312

  • Decarboxylative Reissert type trifluoro- and trichloro-methylation of (iso)quinoline derivatives in batch and continuous flowM. Therkelsen, M. T. Rasmussen, A. T. Lindhardt Chemical Communications 2015, 51, 96519654

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  • Continuous metal scavenging and coupling to one-pot copper-catalyzed azide-alkyne cycloaddition click reaction in flowI. V. Gürsel, F. Aldiansyah, Q. Wang, T. Noël, V. Hessel Chemical Engineering Journal 2015, 270, 468475

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  • Rapid and continuous oxidation of organic contaminants with ascorbic acid and a modified ferric/persulfate systemY. Lei, H. Zhang, J. Wang, J. Ai Chemical Engineering Journal 2015, 270, 7379

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  • Nafion-H-catalyzed high-temperature/high-pressure synthesis of a triarylmethane in continuous-flow modeS. Hayden, T. Glasnov and C. O. Kappe Chemical Engineering & Technology 2015, DOI: 10.1002/ceat.201400581

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  • Highly selective continuous-flow synthesis of potentially bioactive deuterated chalcone derivativesC. T. Hsieh, S. B. Ötvös, Y. C. Wu, I. M. Mándity, F. R. Chang, F. Fülöp ChemPlusChem 2015, 80, 859864

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  • Flash chemistry using trichlorovinyllithium: Switching the reaction pathways by high-resolution reaction time controlA. Nagaki, Y. Takahashi, A. Henseler, C. Matsuo, J. Yoshida Chemistry Letters, 2015, 44, 214216

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  • Gas–liquid segmented flow microwave-assisted synthesis of MOF-74(Ni) under moderate pressuresG. H. Albuquerque, R. C. Fitzmorris, M. Ahmadi, N. Wannenmacher, P. K. Thallapally, B. P. McGrail, G. S. Herman CrystEngComm 2015, 17, 55025510

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  • Enantioselective [small alpha]-amination of 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds in batch and flow with immobilized thiourea organocatalystsP. Kasaplar, E. Ozkal, C. Rodriguez-Escrich, M. A. Pericas Green Chemistry 2015, 17, 31223129

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  • Catalyst coating on prefabricated capillary microchannels for the direct synthesis of hydrogen peroxideV. Paunovic, V. Ordomsky, M. F. N. D’Angelo, J. C. Schouten, T. A. Nijhuis Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 29192929

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  • Continuous photofermentative production of hydrogen by immobilized Rhodobacter sphaeroides O.U.001R. Zagrodnik, K. Seifert, M. Stodolny, M. Laniecki International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2015, 40, 50625073

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  • Sorption-enhanced reforming of bioethanol in dual fixed bed reactor for continuous hydrogen productionA. Lysikov, V. Derevschikov, A. Okunev International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2015, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2015.06.029

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  • Decarbonisation of fossil energy via methane pyrolysis using two reactor concepts: Fluid wall flow reactor and molten metal capillary reactorI. Schultz, D. W. Agar International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2015, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2015.03.126

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  • One-step, facile and ultrafast synthesis of phase- and size-controlled Pt–Bi intermetallic nanocatalysts through continuous-flow microfluidicsD. Zhang, F. Wu, M. Peng, X. Wang, D. Xia, G. Guo Journal of the American Chemical Society 2015, 137, 62636269

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  • Flow alkylation of thiols, phenols, and amines using a heterogenous base in a packed-bed reactorA. Baker, M. Graz, R. Saunders, G. J. S. Evans, I. Pitotti, T. Wirth Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 6568

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  • The use of flow chemistry for two-phase dibromocyclopropanation of alkenesR. B. Østby, Y. H. Stenstrøm, T. Didriksen Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 6973

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  • Multistep continuous-flow synthesis of condensed benzothiazolesK. Lövei, I. Greiner, J. Éles, Á. Szigetvári, M. Dékány, S. Lévai, Z. Novák, G. I. Túrós Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 7481

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  • Two-stage flow synthesis of coumarin via O-acetylation of salicylaldehydeX. Li, A. Chen, Y. Zhou, L. Huang, Z. Fang, H. Gan, K. Guo Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 8286

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  • Influence of support properties on the activity of basic catalysts for aldol condensation of formaldehyde and methyl acetate in a continuous-flow reactorY. Wang, H. Chen, G. Zhao, M. Liu, X. Lang, Z. Zhu Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 8794

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  • Continuous-flow alcohol protection and deprotection reactions catalyzed by silica-supported sulfonic acidS. A. van den Berg, R. A. M. Frijns, T. Wennekes, H. Zuilhof Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 95100

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  • Active mixing inside double emulsion segments in continuous flowV. Misuk, A. Mai, Y. Zhao, J. Heinrich, D. Rauber, K. Giannopoulos, H. Löwe Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 101109

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  • Scaling up the throughput of synthesis and extraction in droplet microfluidic reactorsP. M. Korczyk, M. E. Dolega, S. Jakiela, P. Jankowski, S. Makulska, P. Garstecki Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 110118

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  • 3D graphene/nylon rope as a skeleton for noble metal nanocatalysts for highly efficient heterogeneous continuous-flow reactionsS. Zhang, X. Shen, Z. Zheng, Y. Ma, Y. Qu Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2015, 3, 1050410511

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  • Benzyllithiums bearing aldehyde carbonyl groups. A flash chemistry approachA. Nagaki, Y. Tsuchihashi, S. Haraki, J. Yoshida J. Org. Biomol. Chem. 2015, 13, 71407145

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  • Multistep continuous-flow synthesis of (R)- and (S)-rolipram using heterogeneous catalystsT. Tsubogo, H. Oyamada, S. Kobayashi Nature 2015, 520, 329332

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  • Machines vs malaria: a flow-based preparation of the drug candidate OZ439S-H. Lau, A. Galván, R. R. Merchant, C. Battilocchio, J. A. Souto, M. B. Berry, S. V. Ley Organic Letters 2015, 17, 32183221

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  • Recovery of artemisinin from a complex reaction mixture using continuous chromatography and crystallizationZ. Horváth, E. Horosanskaia, J. W. Lee, H. Lorenz, K. Gilmore, P. H. Seeberger, A. Seidel-Morgenstern Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 624634

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  • Continuous-flow process for the synthesis of 2-ethylphenylhydrazine hydrochlorideZ. Yu, G. Tong, X. Xie, P. Zhou, Y. Lv, W. Su Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 892896

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  • Continuous-flow synthesis of meta-substituted phenol derivativesJ. H. Park, C. Y. Park, M. J. Kim, M. U. Kim, Y. J. Kim, G.-H. Kim, C. P. Park Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 812818

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  • The Biginelli reaction under batch and continuous flow conditions: catalysis, mechanism and antitumoral activityG. C. O. Silva, J. R. Correa, M. O. Rodrigues, H. G. O. Alvim, B. C. Guido, C. C. Gatto, K. A. Wanderley, M. Fioramonte, F. C. Gozzo, R. O. M.A. de Souza, B. A. D. Neto RSC Advances 2015, 5, 4850648515

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  • Continuous-flow hydrogenation of olefins and nitrobenzenes catalyzed by platinum nanoparticles dispersed in an amphiphilic polymerT. Osako, K. Torii, A. Tazawa, Y. Uozumi RSC Advances 2015, 5, 4576045766

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  • A continuous-flow synthesis of 1,4-benzodiazepin-5-ones, privileged scaffolds for drug discoveryM. Viviano, C. Milite, D. Rescigno, S. Castellano, G. Sbardella RSC Advances 2015, 5, 12681273 (also as ChemInform 2015, 46 (20))

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  • A sequential Ugi multicomponent/Cu-catalyzed azide–alkyne cycloaddition approach for the continuous flow generation of cyclic peptoidsC. E. M. Salvador, B. Pieber, P. M. Neu, A. Torvisco, C. K. Z. Andrade, C. O. Kappe The Journal of Organic Chemistry 2015, 80, 45904602

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  • Polymerization of vinyl ethers initiated by dendritic cations using flow microreactorsA. Nagaki, M. Takumi, Y. Tani, J. Yoshida Tetrahedron 2015, 71, 59735978

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  • A versatile and robust microfluidic platform toward high throughput synthesis of homogeneous nanoparticles with tunable propertiesD. Liu, S. Cito, Y. Zhang, C. Wang, T. M. Sikanen, H. A. Santos Advanced Materials 2015, 27, 22982304

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  • Microfluidic synthesis of biodegradable polyethylene-glycol microspheres for controlled delivery of proteins and DNA nanoparticlesL. Deveza, J. Ashoken, G. Castaneda, X. Tong, M. Keeney, L.-H. Han, F. Yang ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 2015, 1, 157165

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  • Widening synthesis bottlenecks: realization of ultrafast and continuous-flow synthesis of high-silica zeolite SSZ-13 for NOx removalZ. Liu, T. Wakihara, K. Oshima, D. Nishioka, Y. Hotta, S. P. Elangovan, Y. Yanaba, T. Yoshikawa, W. Chaikittisilp, T. Matsuo, T. Takewaki, T. Okubo Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2015, 54, 56835687

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  • Production of polymeric nanoparticles by micromixing in a co-flow microfluidic glass capillary deviceR. Othman, G. T. Vladisavljevic, H. C. H. Bandulasena, Z. K. Nagy Chemical Engineering Journal 2015, 280, 316329

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  • Process intensification: nano-carrier formation by a continuous dense gas processC. C. Beh, R. Mammucari, N. R. Foster Chemical Engineering Journal 2015, 266, 320328

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  • Scalable continuous solvo-jet process for ZIF-8 nanoparticlesH-S. Choi, S-J. Lee, Y-S. Bae, S-J. Choung, S-H. Im, J. Kim Chemical Engineering Journal 2015, 266, 5663

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  • Continuous synthesis of hierarchical porous ZnO microspheres in supercritical methanol and their enhanced electrochemical performance in lithium ion batteriesJ. Kim, S-A. Hong, J. Yoo Chemical Engineering Journal 2015, 266, 179188

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  • Segmented flow-based multistep synthesis of cadmium selenide quantum dots with narrow particle size distributionV. Misuk, M. Schmidt, S. Braukmann, K. Giannopoulos, D. Karl, H. Loewe Chemical Engineering & Technology 2015, 38, 11501153

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  • Segmented flow-based multistep synthesis of cadmium selenide quantum dots with narrow particle size distributionV. Misuk, M. Schmidt, S. Braukmann, K. Giannopoulos, D. Karl, H. Loewe Chemical Engineering & Technology 2015, 38, 11501153

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  • Gas slug microfluidics: a unique tool for ultrafast, highly controlled growth of iron oxide nanostructuresA. Larrea, V. Sebastian, A. Ibarra, M. Arruebo, J. Santamaria Chemistry of Materials 2015, 27, 42544260

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  • Generation of alginate nanoparticles through microfluidics-aided polyelectrolyte complexationK. Kim, D. Kang, M. Kim, K. Kim, K. Park, S. Hong, P. Chang, H. Jung Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 2015, 471, 8692

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  • The continuous synthesis and application of graphene supported palladium nanoparticles: a highly effective catalyst for Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling reactionsK. W. Brinkley, M. Burkholder, A. R. Siamaki, K. Belecki, B. F. Gupton Green Processing and Synthesis 2015, 4, 241246

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  • Changing the size and surface roughness of polymer nanospheres formed using a microfluidic techniqueI. Kucuk, M. Edirisinghe Journal of Minerals, Metals and Materials Society 2015, 67, 811817

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  • Soft chemistry synthesis route toward Bi2Te3 hierarchical hollow spheresJ. Fouineau, J. Peron, S. Nowak, M. Giraud, M. Sicard, S. Ammar-Merah, L. Sicard Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2015, 17, 166

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  • The influence of stabilizers on the production of gold nanoparticles by direct current atmospheric pressure glow microdischarge generated in contact with liquid flowing cathodeA. Dzimitrowicz, P. Jamroz, K. Greda, P. Nowak, M. Nyk, P. Pohl Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2015, 17, 185

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  • On-demand one-step synthesis of monodisperse functional polymeric microspheres with droplet microfluidicsX. Yu, G. Cheng, M. Zhou, S. Zheng Langmuir 2015, 31, 39823992

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  • Role of self-polarization in a single-step controlled synthesis of linear and branched polymer nanoparticlesN. Visaveliya, J. M. Koehler Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 2015, 216, 12121219

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  • Controlled synthesis of layered double hydroxide nanoplates driven by screw dislocationsA. Forticaux, L. Dang, H. Liang, S. Jin Nano Letters 2015, 15, 34033409

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  • Continuous preparation of Fe3O4 nanoparticles using a rotating packed bed: dependence of size and magnetic property on temperatureC. Lin, J. Ho, M. Wu, Powder Technology 2015, 274, 441445

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  • One-step, facile and ultrafast synthesis of phase- and size-controlled Pt–Bi intermetallic nanocatalysts through continuous-flow microfluidicsD. Zhang, F. Wu, M. Peng, X. Wang, D. Xia, G. Guo Journal of the American Chemical Society 2015, 137, 62636269

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  • Semi-automated nanoprecipitation-system—an option for operator independent, scalable and size adjustable nanoparticle synthesisR. Rietscher, C. Thum, C. Lehr, M. Schneider Pharmaceutical Research 2015, 32, 18591863

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  • Liquid phase oxidation chemistry in continuous-flow microreactorsH. P. L. Gemoets, Y. Su, M. Shang, V. Hessel, R. Luque, T. Noel Chemical Society Reviews 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5CS00447K

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