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High-throughput experimentation
- a modular course

Module I: Fundamental aspects of combinatorial chemistry

Module I: Fundamental aspects of combinatorial chemistry

28 - 30 September 2016, Jena / Germany

Organizer: K. Stöwe, Technical University of Chemnitz/D


Apart from a theoretical part focusing on Design of Experiment (DoE) and HTT methods in catalysis as well as the basics of the experimental modules presented in a second, practical part, this module has the objective to introduce a modular course that has been designed to allow an affordable implementation of combinatorial and high-throughput experiments in academic teaching laboratories. Currently, the course consists of five experimental modules. These include a Split & Pool experiment for catalytic screening with mixed metal oxides, a combinatorial synthesis of an azo dye library, an investigation of ternary phase and Kahlweit fish diagrams for microemulsions, the DoE and automatization of parallel Sonogashira-Hagihara cross-couplings and a wettability gradient library synthesis of semifluorinated organosilanes.


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