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A Droplet Microfluidic Platform for High-Throughput Photochemical Reactions
preprintsubmitted on 14.04.2020, 17:38 and posted on 22.04.2020, 08:13 by Alexandra Sun, Daniel Steyer, Anthony Allen, Emory Payne, Robert Kennedy, Corey Stephenson
We report the development of a droplet microfluidic/mass spectrometry platform for performing high-throughput photochemical reaction discovery on picomole scale. We also describe the successful translation of picomole scale flow screening conditions to millimole scale flow operations, highlighting the utility of this platform for discovery chemistry applications.
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