Microwave Heating as a Tool for Process Chemists?

kilomentor | 16 January, 2009 22:05

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Microwave Synthesis

kilomentor | 10/02/2009, 14:54

Murphy wrote a comment:
There was a nice review on MW-assisted, upscaled versions of well-known reactions, including:
- Suzuki coupling
- Heck coupling
- Michael-addition, followed by cyclization
- Diels-Alder reaction
- the classical ether synthesis acc. to Williams.and others.
See: Organic Process Research & Development 2008, 12(6), p.1078 (DOI: 10.1021/op8001239) and references within.
Very helpful and a step into the right direction: Upscaling of reactions

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