Continuous flow single-atom catalysis: a viable organic process technology?

14 June 2022, Version 1
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Heterogeneous catalysis under continuous flow conditions is increasingly used by the chemical industry to synthesize fine chemicals. Is single-atom catalysis a technically and economically viable organic process technology? Early results suggest valuable insight en route to the industrial uptake of SAC in the production of fine and specialty chemicals.


Single-atom catalysis
flow chemistry
organic process
fine chemical industry


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