Microwave reactors have become the industry standard for medicinal chemistry, nanomaterials synthesis, and academic research and teaching labs. However, this synthetic platform is not always utilized by chemists to its fullest extent. Synthetic development is hindered by perceived limitations in what reaction conditions are possible. Modern instrumentation can increase the scope of synthetic chemistry, improve yield and purity, and significantly reduce reaction times.
Register for this webinar, which will provide a foundation for understanding microwave chemistry and introduce new technologies to address the limitations of former techniques. The improvements manifested by these advances will be applied to the existing literature protocol to demonstrate their practical research value. These topics will be relevant to anyone engaged in synthetic chemistry from methodology development to applied synthesis.
Alexandria Brackbill, Applications Chemist, CEM Corporation
Alexandria Brackbill is an Applications Chemist for the Life Science Division at CEM Corporation, a leading global provider of laboratory instrumentation. She received her M.S. in Chemistry from Duke University in 2017, focusing on umpolung synthesis. Following graduation, Alexandria began as an Applications Chemist at CEM Corporation, working in applications development, customer support, and technical content writing. In 2020, she became the division support manager responsible for the Discover, MARS Synthesis, and Liberty product lines.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
- Laboratory managers
- Synthetic chemists
- Research scientists
- Graduate students
What You Will Learn
In this webinar, participants will learn about:
- Learn to expand the limits of your synthetic chemistry
- Understand how throughput can be maximized with highly efficient synthetic methods
- Experience the capabilities of modern microwave synthesis instrumentation.
CEM Corporation, a private company based in Matthews, North Carolina, is a leading provider of laboratory instrumentation. The Company has subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France, Japan, and Singapore as well as a global network of distributors. CEM designs and manufactures systems for life sciences, analytical laboratories and processing plants worldwide. The Company’s products are used in many industries including pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical and food processing, as well as academic research.