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Microwave Assisted Synthesis

Features of microwave reactions

1. Reduction of reaction time due to rapid heating, and yield improvement
2. Allows selective synthesis by suppressing side reactions
3. Some reactions that do not occur under regular heating conditions are possible with microwave irradiation.

Our equipment Scale-up is also supported
Reactor: 430 x 470 x 470 (WHD)
Controller: 320 x 150 x 265 (WHD)
Batch reactor
Dimensions: 2100 x 1280 x 710 (WHD)
·Microwave frequency: 2.45 GHz
·Microwave output: 40–770 W (variable)
·Microwave control: fixed output or automatic temperature control
·Microwave mode: multi-mode
·Stirrer: integrated electromagnetic stirrer
·Optical fiber thermometer for inner temperature control
·Reaction capacity: 10–200 mL
·Microwave frequency: 2.45 GHz
·Microwave output: 4.5 kW (1.5 kW x3)
·Microwave control: programmable PID control
(Continuous output or pulse)
·Reaction capacity: 6.5 L

Example microreactor experiments

No. Heating method Solvent Temperature Microwave output Time Yield
1 Oil bath DME/H2O reflux - 15min 51.2%
2 Microwave DME/H2O reflux 70~350W 15min 78.9%
※ Microwave-assisted yield is often higher than that obtained by normal heating

Reaction monitor

There are many more examples of our achievements and capabilities. Please feel free to inquire.
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