Application of F-low Chemistry in the Synthesis of Fluorinated Intermediates
Date: 15 July 2021
Time: 15:00 (BST), 16.00 (CEST), 10.00 (EDT), 7.00 (PDT)
Tutors: Dr John Studley
Organofluorine compounds are frequently encountered in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and fine chemical industries. Often the selective introduction of a fluorine atom or functional group into a molecule can be challenging, particularly at scale, with chemists often designing synthetic routes in which fluorine is introduced through strategic sourcing of raw materials rather than synthetically.
The development of continuous processing and flow chemistry has enabled exquisite control of heat transfer and mixing in fast and challenging synthetic processes, including the introduction of fluorine. In this webinar I will review the application of flow chemistry in the synthesis of fluorinated molecules, highlighting areas where flow chemistry has been used to tackle the challenges associated with introduction of this unique element.
This webinar will be presented by Dr John Studley, Scientific Update. Our thanks to Valliscor for their sponsorship.
It will take place at the following time:
3.00 pm (UK, London)
4.00 pm (Central Europe, Paris, Frankfurt)
8.30 pm (India)
10.00 am (East Coast US, Boston, New York)
7.00 am (West Coast USA, LA, San Francisco)
If you are unable to attend on the day, we will be recording the session and will send you a link to the recording and copy of the slides presented. All attendees at the live event will receive a ‘Certificate of Attendance’.