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Speed-up your synthesis lab: Planetary Ball Mills as a tool in organic synthesis

 

The Institute for Technical Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry of the Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena has developed new and improved methods for synthesis strategies using Planetary Mills in the organic synthesis laboratory - without solvents. Ball Mills are suitable for solvent-free reactions, because the reaction times are reduced, the energy requirements are lowered, operational safety is increased and the demand for raw materials can be minimized. Details in the application report by Dr. Achim Stolle and Prof. Dr. Bernd Ondruschka can be downloaded:

Speed-up your synthesis lab: Planetary Ball Mills as a tool in organic synthesis 

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Solvent-free Syntheses in the Ball Mill

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