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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 July to September 2015 is presented. All the publications are listed and ordered by journal name, with a few review articles appearing at the end. With a few special issues related to flow synthesis and advances in organic process development, the number of publications on flow synthesis has grown steadily in this period. This also shows the growing interest of the community in adapting to flow synthesis.

  • Organo-chlorinated thin films deposited by atmospheric pressure plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition for adhesion enhancement between rubber and zinc-plated steel monofilamentsC. Vandenabeele, S. Bulou, R. Maurau, F. Siffer, T. Belmonte, P. Choquet ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015, 7, 1431714327

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  • Translating the enantioselective michael reaction to a continuous flow paradigm with an immobilized, fluorinated organocatalystI. Sagamanova, C. Rodrϊguez-Escrich, I. G. Moln¨¢r, S. Sayalero, R. Gilmour, M. A. Pericàs ACS Catalysis 2015, 5, 62416248

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  • Continuous flow metathesis for direct valorization of food waste: an example of cocoa butter triglycerideC. Schotten, D. Plaza, S. Manzini, S. P. Nolan, S. V. Ley, D. L. Browne, A. Lapkin ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2015, 3, 14531459

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  • Construction of 2-(2¡ä-hydroxy-5¡ä-methylphenyl) benzotriazole over Pd/¦Ã-Al2O3 by a continuous processB. Wang, W. Fang, L. Si, Y. Li, X. Yan, L. Chen, S. Wang ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2015, 3, 18901896

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  • Separation of conglomerate forming enantiomers using a novel continuous preferential crystallization processT. Vetter, C. L. Burcham, M. F. Doherty AIChE Journal 2015, 61, 28102823

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  • On-chip dilution in nanoliter dropletsR. Thakur, A. M. Amin, S. Wereley Analyst 2015, 140, 58555859

  • Flow and microwave-assisted synthesis of N-(triethylene glycol) glycine oligomers and their remarkable cellular transporter activitiesT. Jong, A. M. Pérez-López, E. M. V. Johansson, A. Lilienkampf, M. Bradley Bioconjugate Chemistry 2015, 26, 17591765

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  • One-pot reductive amination of aldehydes with nitroarenes over an Au/Al2O3 catalyst in a continuous flow reactorE. A. Artiukha, A. L. Nuzhdin, G. A. Bukhtiyarova, S. Y. Zaytsev, P. E. Plyusnin, Y. V. Shubin, V. I. Bukhtiyarov Catalysis Science & Technology 2015, 5, 47414745

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

  • 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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  • Low temperature in situ Raman spectroscopy of an electro-generated arylbis(arylthio)sulfonium ionK. Matsumoto, Y. Miyamoto, K. Shimada, Y. Morisawa, H. Zipse, S. Suga, Jun-ichi Yoshida, S. Kashimura, and T. Wakabayashi Chemical Communications 2015, 51, 1310613109

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  • Simultaneous solvent screening and reaction optimization in microliter slugsB. J. Reizman, K. F. Jensen Chemical Communications 2015, 51, 1329013293

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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, 51, 1377613778

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  • Continuous flow synthesis of a carbon-based molecular cage macrocycle via a three-fold homocoupling reactionM. Kitchin, K. Konstas, C. J. Sumby, M. L. Czyz, P. Valente, M. R. Hill, C. J. Doonan Chemical Communications 2015, 51, 1423114234

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  • Continuous crystallization of ZnO nanoparticles by spray flash evaporation versus batch synthesisM. Klaum¨¹nzer L. Schlur, F. Schnell, D. Spitzer Chemical Engineering & Technology, 38, 14771484

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  • Continuous synthesis and thermal elimination of sulfinyl-route poly (p-phenylene vinylene) in consecutive flow reactionsN. Zaquen, E. Baeten, J. Vandenbergh, L. Lutsen, D. Vanderzande, T. Junkers Chemical Engineering & Technology 2015, 38, 17491757

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  • Effect of process parameters on properties of colloids in a continuous-flow microreactor systemS. H. Sonawane, M. L. Bari, P. L. Suryawanshi, J. S. Narkhede, S. Mishra, B. A. Bhanvase Chemical Engineering & Technology 2015, 38, 17651773

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  • Continuous flow polymer synthesis toward reproducible large-scale production for efficient bulk heterojunction organic solar cellsG. Pirotte, J. Kesters, P. Verstappen, S. Govaerts, J. Manca, L. Lutsen, W. Maes ChemSusChem 2015, 8, 32283233

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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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  • Continuous synthesis of dispersant-coated hydroxyapatite platesM. Gimeno-Fabra, F. Hild, P. W. Dunne, K. Walton, D. M. Grant, D. J. Irvine, E. H. Lester CrystEngComm 2015, 17, 61756182

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  • Nucleation studies of active pharmaceutical ingredients in an air-segmented microfluidic drop-based crystallizerJ. Lu, J. D. Litster, Z. K. Nagy Crystal Growth & Design 2015, 15, 36453651

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  • Nucleation and growth of cobalt oxide nanoparticles in a continuous hydrothermal reactor under laminar and turbulent flowC. J. Denis, C. J. Tighe, R. I. Gruar, N. M. Makwana, J. A. Darr Crystal Growth & Design 2015, 15, 42564265

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  • Continuous spherical crystallization of albuterol sulfate with solvent recycle systemK. Tahara, M. O’Mahony, A. S. Myerson Crystal Growth & Design 2015, 15, 51495156

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  • Pilot-scale fluidized-bed co-gasification of palm kernel shell with sub-bituminous coalC. F. Valdés, G. Marrugo, F. Chejne, J. I. Montoya, C. A. Gómez Energy & Fuels 2015, 29, 58945901

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  • Hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae in a continuous stirred-tank reactorD. López Barreiro, B. R¨ªos Gómez, U. Hornung, A. Kruse, W. Prins Energy & Fuels 2015, 29, 64226432

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  • Automated serendipity with self-optimizing continuous-flow reactorsZ. Amara, E. S. Streng, R. A. Skilton, J. Jin, M. W. George, M. Poliakoff European Journal of Organic Chemistry 2015, 2015, 61416145

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  • Influence of microphase morphology and long-range ordering on foaming behavior of PE-b-PEO diblock copolymersY. Xu, T. Liu, W.-k. Yuan, L. Zhao Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 71137121

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  • Insights into the Diels–Alder reactions between cyclopentadiene and 1, 3-butadiene with high temperature and high pressureK. Cao, X. Liu, Y. Zhang, J.-l. Shi, Y.-x. Song, Z. Yao Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 75657570

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  • Enzymatic fatty acid hydroxylation in a liquid–liquid slug flow microreactorI. Iliuta, A. Garnier, M. C. Iliuta Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 77877799

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  • Development of a dual-stage continuous flow reactor for hydrothermal synthesis of hybrid nanoparticlesH. L. Hellstern, J. Becker, P. Hald, M. Bremholm, A. Mamakhel, B. B. Iversen Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 85008508

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  • A Tandem, bicatalytic continuous flow cyclopropanation-homo-Nazarov-type cyclizationJ. Aponte-Guzm¨¢n, R. Shenje, Y. Huang, W. H. Woodham, S. R. Saunders, S. M. Mostaghimi K. R. Flack, P. Pollet, C. A. Eckert, C. L. Liotta, S. France Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 95509558

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  • Heterocyclization approach for electrooxidative coupling of functional primary alkylamines with aromaticsT. Morofuji, A. Shimizu, Jun-ichi Yoshida Journal of the American Chemical Society 2015, 137, 98169819

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  • Recent advances in continuous rhodium-catalyzed hydroformylationX. Wang Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 125132

  • Continuous-flow synthesis and purification of atropine with sequential in-line separations of structurally similar impuritiesC. Dai, D. R. Snead, P. Zhang, T. F. Jamison Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 133138

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  • Rapid-flow synthesis of Zn–Qn complexes: teaching old ligands new tricks with reactive Na2(HZnEt2)2L. Z. Miller, J. J. Hrudka, Y. R. Naro, M. Haaf, M. Shatruk, D. T. McQuade Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 139141

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  • Efficient continuous-flow synthesis of macrocyclic triazolesA. Bédard, J. Santandrea, S. K. Collins Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 142144

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  • A flow-based synthesis of telmisartanA. D. Martin, A. R. Siamaki, K. Belecki, B. F. Gupton Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 145147

  • The preparation of ethyl levulinate facilitated by flow processing: the catalyzed and uncatalyzed esterification of levulinic acidM. P. Negus, A. C. Mansfield, N. E. Leadbeater Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 148150

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  • Protein and antibody functionalization using continuous flow microreactor technologyM. M. Sebeika, N. G. Gedeon, S. Sadler, N. L. Kern, D. J. Wilkins, D. E. Bell, G. B. Jones Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 151154

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  • Development of a photolabile amine protecting group suitable for multistep flow synthesisH. Yueh, A. Voevodin, A. B. Beeler Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 155159

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  • Mass transfer characteristics of ozonolysis in microreactors and advanced-flow reactorsM. J. Nieves-Remacha, K. F. Jensen Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 160165

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  • When solids stop flow chemistry in commercial tubingY. Chen, J. C. Sabio, R. L. Hartman Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 166171

  • An efficient and more sustainable one-step continuous-flow multicomponent synthesis approach to chromene derivativesB. Reddy Vaddula, S. Yalla, M. A. Gonzalez Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 172177

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  • Microreactor flow synthesis of the secondary high explosive 2,6-diamino-3,5-dinitropyrazine-1-oxide (LLM-105)N. B. Zuckerman, M. Shusteff, P. F. Pagoria, A. E. Gash Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 178182

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  • Moffat–Swern oxidation of alcohols: translating a batch reaction to a continuous-flow reactionO. Bleie, M. F. Roberto, T. I. Dearing, C. W. Branham, O. M. Kvalheim, B. J. Marquardt Journal of Flow Chemistry 2015, 5, 183189

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  • Continuous processing of active pharmaceutical ingredients suspensions via dynamic cross-flow filtrationJ. Gursch, R. Hohl, G. Toschkoff, D. Dujmovic, J. Brozio, M. Krumme, J. Khinast Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2015, 104, 34813489

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  • Continuous flow synthesis of poly (methyl methacrylate) via a light-mediated controlled radical polymerizationA. Melker, B. P. Fors, C. J. Hawker, J. E. Poelma Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 2015, 53, 26932698

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  • LoMA-B: a simple and versatile lab-on-a-chip system based on single-channel bisulfate conversion for DNA methylation analysisJ. Yoon, M. K. Park, T. Y. Lee, Y. J. Yoon, Y. Shin Lab on a Chip 2015, 15, 35303539

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  • Continuous microwave flow synthesis (CMFS) of nanosized titania: structural, optical and photocatalytic propertiesM. Akram, F. K. Butt, A. Z. Alshemary, Y.-F. Goh, W. A. W. Ibrahim, R. Hussain Materials Letters 2015, 158, 9598

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  • Continuous microwave flow synthesis of mesoporous hydroxyapatiteM. Akram, A. Z. Alshemary, Y.-F. Goh, W. A. W. Ibrahim, H. O. Lintang, R. Hussain Materials Science and Engineering: C 2015, 56, 356362

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  • Copper-catalysed azide–alkyne cycloadditions (CuAAC): an updateE. Haldón, M. C. Nicasio, P. J. Pérez Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 2015, 13, 95289550

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  • Visible-light photoredox catalysis: direct synthesis of fused ¦Â-carbolines through an oxidation/[3 + 2] cycloaddition/oxidative aromatization reaction cascade in batch and flow microreactorsD. Chandrasekhar, S. Borra, J. S. Kapure, G. S. Shivaji, G. Srinivasulu, R. A. Maurya Organic Chemistry Frontiers 2015, 2, 13081312

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  • Generation and ring opening of aziridines in telescoped continuous flow processesN. Hsueh, G. J. Clarkson, M. Shipman Organic Letters 2015, 17, 36323635

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  • Homogeneous gold-catalyzed glycosylations in continuous flowS. Matthies, D. T. McQuade, P. H. Seeberger Organic Letters 2015, 17, 36703673

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  • Domino hydrogenation–reductive amination of phenols, a simple process to access substituted cyclohexylaminesV. R. Jumde, E. Petricci, C. Petrucci, N. Santillo, M. Taddei, L. Vaccaro Organic Letters 2015, 17, 39903993

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  • Intensified co-oligomerization of propylene oxide and carbon dioxide in a continuous heat exchanger loop reactor at elevated pressuresJ. Langanke, A. Wolf Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 735739

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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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  • Investigating scale-up and further applications of DABAL-Me3 promoted amide synthesisD. S. Lee, Z. Amara, M. Poliakoff, T. Harman, G. Reid, B. Rhodes, S. Brough, T. McInally, S. Woodward Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 831840

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  • PTFE-membrane flow reactor for aerobic oxidation reactions and its application to alcohol oxidationJ. F. Greene, Y. Preger, S. S. Stahl, T. W. Root Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 858864

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  • Exceptionally stable and efficient solid supported Hoveyda-type catalystK. Skowerski, J. Pastva, S. J. Czarnocki, J. Janoscova Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 872877

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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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  • Development of a continuous flow sulfoxide imidation protocol using azide sources under superacidic conditionsB. Gutmann, P. Elsner, A. O’Kearney-McMullan, W. Goundry, D. M. Roberge, C. O. Kappe Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 10621067

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  • Continuous-flow nitration of o-xylene: effect of nitrating agent and feasibility of tubular reactors for scale-upY. Sharma, R. A. Joshi, A. A. Kulkarni Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19 , 11381147

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  • Oscillatory flow reactors (OFRs) for continuous manufacturing and crystallizationT. McGlone, N. E. B. Briggs, C. A. Clark, C. J. Brown, J. Sefcik, A. J. Florence Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 11861202

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  • Development of pilot-scale continuous production of an LY2886721 starting material by packed-bed hydrogenolysisN. Zaborenko, R. J. Linder, T. M. Braden, B. M. Campbell, M. M. Hansen, M. D. Johnson Organic Process Research & Development 2015, 19, 12311243

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

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  • Study for diastereoselective aldol reaction in flow: synthesis of (E)-(S)-3-hydroxy-7-tritylthio-4-heptenoic acid, a key component of cyclodepsipeptide HDAC inhibitorsT. Doi, H. Otaka, K. Umeda, M. Yoshida Tetrahedron 2015, 71, 64636470

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  • Continuous flow reactions in water for the synthesis of propargylamines via a metal-free decarboxylative coupling reactionB. Jung, K. Park, K. H. Song, S. Lee Tetrahedron Letters 2015, 56, 46974700

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  • Pyrolysis of cyclopentadienone: mechanistic insights from a direct measurement of product branching ratiosT. K. Ormond, A. M. Scheer, M. R. Nimlos, D. J. Robichaud, T. P. Troy, M. Ahmed, J. W. Daily, T. L. Nguyen, J. F. Stanton, G. B. Ellison The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2015, 119, 72227234

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  • Experimental and modeling investigation of the low-temperature oxidation of dimethyl etherA. Rodriguez, O. Frottier, O. Herbinet, R. Fournet, R. Bounaceur, C. Fittschen, F. Battin-Leclerc The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2015, 119, 79057923

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  • Influence of He and Ar flow rates and NaCl concentration on the size distribution of bubbles generated by power ultrasoundR. Pflieger, J. Lee, S. I. Nikitenko, M. Ashokkumar The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2015, 119, 1268212688

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  • Impact of deactivation phenomena on kinetics of the C–N coupling reaction over supported Cu2O catalysts in continuous-flow conditionsB. Jurca, A. Tirsoaga, P. Granger, V. I. Parvulescu The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015, 119, 1842218433

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  • Continuous and discontinuous dynamic crossover in supercooled water in computer simulationsZ. Ma, J. Li, F. Wang The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2015, 6, 31703174

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  • The synthesis of cadmium sulfide nanoplatelets using a novel continuous flow sonochemical reactorB. Palanisamy, B. Paul, C.-h. Chang Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 2015, 26, 452460

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  • MnOx nanoparticle-dispersed CeO2 nanocubes: a remarkable heteronanostructured system with unusual structural characteristics and superior catalytic performanceS. Putla, M. H. Amin, B. M. Reddy, A. Nafady, K. A. A. Farhan, S. K. Bhargava ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015, 7, 1652516535

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  • Interference-free micro/nanoparticle cell engineering by use of high-throughput microfluidic separationD. C. Yeo, C. Wiraja, Y. Zhou, H. M. Tay, C. Xu, H. W. Hou ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015, 7, 2085520864

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  • Flow effects on the controlled growth of nanostructured networks at microcapillary walls for applications in continuous flow reactionsG. Wang, C. Yuan, B. Fu, L. He, E. Reichmanis, H. Wang, Q. Zhang, Y. Li ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015, 7, 2158021588

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  • Strong carbon nanotube fibers by drawing inspiration from polymer fiber spinningB. Alem¨¢n, V. Reguero, B. Mas, J. J. Vilatela ACS Nano 2015, 9, 73927398

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  • Synthesis of nickel nanoparticles by aqueous reduction in continuous flow microreactorL. Xu, C. Srinivasakannan, J. Peng, D. Zhang, G. Chen Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 2015, 93, 4449

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  • Oscillatory microprocessor for growth and in situ characterization of semiconductor nanocrystalsM. Abolhasani, C. W. Coley, L. Xie, O. Chen, M. G. Bawendi, K. F. Jensen Chemistry of Materials 2015, 27, 61316138

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  • Effect of seed age on gold nanorod formation: a microfluidic, real-time investigationJ. Watt, B. G. Hance, R. S. Anderson, D. L. Huber Chemistry of Materials 2015, 27, 64426449

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  • Hydrothermal synthesis and in situ powder X-ray diffraction study of bismuth-substituted ceria nanoparticlesK. Houlberg, E. D. Bøjesen, C. Tyrsted, A. Mamakhel, X. Wang, R. Su, F. Besenbacher, B. B. Iversen Crystal Growth & Design 2015, 15, 36283636

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  • Highly oxidized multifunctional organic compounds observed in tropospheric particles: a field and laboratory studyA. Mutzel, L. Poulain, T. Berndt, Y. Iinuma, M. Rodigast, O. Bóge, S. Richters, G. Spindler, M. Sipil¨¢, T. Jokinen, M. Kulmala, H. Herrmann Environmental Science & Technology 2015, 49, 77547761

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  • Phosphate detection through a cost-effective carbon black nanoparticle-modified screen-printed electrode embedded in a continuous flow systemD. Talarico, S. Cinti, F. Arduini, A. Amine, D. Moscone, G. Palleschi Environmental Science & Technology 2015, 49, 79347939

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  • An ultrahigh precision, high-frequency dissolved inorganic carbon analyzer based on dual isotope dilution and cavity ring-down spectroscopyK. Huang, N. Cassar, B. Jonsson, W.-j. Cai, M. L. Bender Environmental Science & Technology 2015, 49, 86028610

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  • Selective enrichment establishes a stable performing community for microbial electrosynthesis of acetate from CO2S. A. Patil, J. B. A. Arends, I. Vanwonterghem, J. v. Meerbergen, K. Guo, G. W. Tyson, K. Rabaey Environmental Science & Technology 2015, 49, 88338843

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  • A direct and continuous supercritical water process for the synthesis of surface-functionalized nanoparticlesR. I. Gruar, C. J. Tighe, P. Southern, Q. A. Pankhurst, J. A. Darr Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 74367451

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  • Development of a dual-stage continuous flow reactor for hydrothermal synthesis of hybrid nanoparticlesH. L. Hellstern, J. Becker, P. Hald, M. Bremholm, A. Mamakhel, B. B. Iversen Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2015, 54, 85008508

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  • Structural and optical characterization of CuInS2 quantum dots synthesized by microwave-assisted continuous flow methodsR. C. Fitzmorris, R. P. Oleksak, Z. Zhou, B. D. Mangum, J. N. Kurtin, G. S. Herman Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2015, 17, 110

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  • Continuous flow formulation and functionalization of magnesium di-hydroxide nanorods as a clean nano-fire extinguisherS. Elbasuney, S. F. Mostafa Powder Technology 2015, 278, 7283

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  • Machine-assisted organic synthesisS. V. Ley, D. E. Fitzpatrick, R. M. Myers, C. Battilocchio, R. Ingham Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2015, 54, 1012210136

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  • The synthesis of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) using continuous flow chemistryM. Baumann, I. R. Baxendale Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 2015, 11, 11941219

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  • Nanocatalysis in flowR. Ricciardi, J. Huskens, W. Verboom ChemSusChem 2015, 8, 25862605

  • Photochemistry in flowA. B. Beeler, S. R. Corning Photochemistry 2015, 43, 175

  • Recent trends in using single-drop microextraction and related techniques in green analytical methodsJ. M. Kokosa TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 2015, 71, 194204

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