Syrris features in over 130 scientific publications
Syrris has been mentioned in more than 130 scientific publications on the subject of flow chemistry and continuous processing.
As the longest established flow chemistry company, our systems have been used for scientific research and mentioned in papers since 2006. The award-winning Asia flow chemistry product range has been chosen by most of the flow chemistry research groups and companies as their flow chemistry system of choice; leading to more than 30 papers published in 2015 on work achieved on Asia systems.
New video on flow chemistry using Asia
There is an informative new video on our Youtube channel that explains the benefits of flow chemistry using the Asia range of products.
In the video, we discuss the advantages of flow chemistry compared to batch chemistry and the key principles of flow chemistry. We also show alternatives to using standard reactors in the form of the Asia Microreactor, Tube Reactor and Column Reactor and how they are beneficial in enabling successful flow chemistry reactions.
We will be releasing more videos in the coming months to provide some useful guidance on choosing the right flow products for your chemistry, so keep checking our Youtube channel.
Versatile Syrris flow reactors feature in a plethora of publications
Syrris has been a driving force in enhancing R&D chemistry productivity ever since we were founded 14 years ago. We have featured in a wealth of impressive publications describing novel flow chemistry applications developed using Syrris reactors.
1. Sean Newton, Catherine F. Carter, Colin M. Pearson, Leandro de C. Alves, Heiko Lange, Praew Thansandote, and Steven V. Ley (2014). Accelerating Spirocyclic Polyketide Synthesis using Flow Chemistry. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53, 1-7. 2. Luciana Dalla-Vechia, Benedikt Reichart, Toma Glasnov, Leandro S. M. Miranda, C. Oliver Kappe and Rodrigo O. M. A. de Souza (2013). A three step continuous flow synthesis of the biaryl unit of the HIV protease inhibitor Atazanavir. Org. Biomol. Chem. 11, 6806-6813. 3. Romain Stalder and Gregory P. Roth (2013). Preparative Microfluidic Electrosynthesis of Drug Metabolites. ACS Med. Chem. Lett. 4 (11), 1119–1123.