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Continuous Flow Synthesis Of Toxic Ethyl Diazoacetate For Utilization In An Integrated Microfluidic System

Ram Awatar Maurya, Kyoung-Ik Min, D. Kim
Published 2014 · Chemistry

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An integrated microfluidic system for multiple reactions and separations of hazardous ethyl diazoacetate is presented. The integrated techniques include: a droplet technique for liquid–liquid and/or gas–liquid separation and in situ generation of the toxic reagent, a dual channel membrane technique based on a cheap polymeric microseparator for liquid–liquid separation, and a capillary microreactor for carrying out cascade reactions in a sequential and continuous manner.
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