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of synthetic chemistry. Some typical examples of flash chemistry will be shown in the following sections. 4.2. Applications of Flash Chemistry in Homogeneous Reactions Organolithium species are highly

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* Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis 2013 , 355 , 209 – 219 . “ Synthesis of Functionalized Aryl Fluorides Using Organolithium Reagents in Flow Microreactors ” A. Nagaki , Y. Uesugi , H. Kim , J.-i. Yoshida * Chemistry — An

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. Mizugaki, K. Jitsukawa, K. Kaneda* Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2014 , 53 , 8348–8351 “Continuous flow synthesis of ketones from carbon dioxide and organolithium or grignard reagents” J. Wu, X. Yang, Z. He, X. Mao, T

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synthesized using different methods [ 1 , 6 ]. However, a few methods are available for the organometallic synthesis of sulfones and they depend on the use of sulfonyl chlorides or sulfonate esters. Sulfonyl chlorides react with organolithium or Grignard

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Journal of Flow Chemistry
Authors: Leonardo Degennaro, Claudia Carlucci, Sonia De Angelis and Renzo Luisi

. 2015 , 54 , 6688 – 6729 . 6. Organolithiums: Selectivity for Synthesis, 1st ed.; Clayden , J. , Ed.; Tetrahedron Organic Chemistry Series, Vol. 23; Pergamon Press : Oxford, UK , 2002

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leveraged the enhanced mixing capabilities in flow to improve the performance of an organometallic reaction (Scheme 5 ) [ 33 ]. Rapid metalation and organolithium addition to a chiral ketamine in flow allowed for improved yield (↑18%), efficiency (<1 s τ

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