Continuous processing has been demonstrated to be a superior approach when applied to fast and energetic chemical transformations. Indeed, whereas classical batch or semi-batch methods require cryogenic conditions and slow addition rates of reactive species, flow technologies enable
rapid mixing of synthetic partners in a highly controlled environment. As a result, low yielding and dangerous processes in batch can be performed at scale in a cost competitive and safer continuous manner. Despite the advantages of higher quality and safety, the perennial problems of solids
build-up and pipe fouling threaten the robustness and reliability of flow processes. In this contribution, a new methodology to prevent reactor fouling is reported and discussed. The implementation of this methodology has been decisive in solving fouling issues encountered during the piloting
of an organolithium based flow process.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2019
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International Journal for Chemistry and Official Membership Journal of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) and its Divisions
CHIMIA, a scientific journal for chemistry in the broadest sense, is published 10 times a year and covers the interests of a wide and diverse readership. Contributions from all fields of chemistry and related areas are considered for publication in the form of Review Articles and Notes. A characteristic feature of CHIMIA are the thematic issues, each devoted to an area of great current significance.
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