Reaction Monitoring

Study of transport processes in Li-ion electrolytes by Multi-nuclear diffusion NMR

With the growing market for electric and hybrid cars, a major focus of scientists today lies on the development of more efficient rechargeable batteries. In these devices, lithium salts are used as electrolytes dissolved in room-temperature ionic liquids (RTILs). A good understanding of the transport properties in the electrolytes is essential for the optimization of …

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New Spinsolve benchtop NMR Reaction Monitoring software module – RMX

We are pleased to annouce the new Spinsolve Reaction Monitoring software module – RMX – which provides for fully automated on-line NMR data acquisition and analysis for NMR reaction monitoring experiments. This new software is intuitive to use and enables powerful and flexible control of NMR spectra acquisition and analysis in real time. Key features …

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Robot Chemist publication in Nature includes a Spinsolve benchtop NMR spectrometer

The group of Professor Lee Cronin at the University of Glasgow has combined machine learning with a chemical reaction system to speed up the discovery of new chemical reactions, which is an inherently unpredictable and time consuming process. This new approach of an Organic Synthesis Robot uses a Spinsolve Benchtop NMR spectrometer as an integral …

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New Publications on Real-Time Reaction Monitoring

Two recent publications (link here and here) in international journals highlight the potential of using the Spinsolve benchtop NMR for real time chemical reaction monitoring.  Interest in using NMR spectroscopy to monitor chemical reactions has been increasing as the information can be used to optimise yield and minimise waste in order to enhance sustainability of …

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Ley Group at Cambridge uses Spinsolve Benchtop NMR as part of their flow chemistry and organic synthesis research

Professor Steven Ley’s laboratories are located in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge. Their research specialises in flow chemistry and organic synthesis. They are renowned for collaborations with academic and industrial partners. Précising their work, Steve says “Complex synthesis remains a challenging occupation requiring an exceptional level of experimental skill, extensive knowledge of …

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