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The authors tested the system in several known palladium-catalysed coupling reactions. An important requirement for a continuous flow reactor and a key principle of green chemistry is the ability to continuously monitor and adjust the reaction parameters whilst in operation. This facilitates both easy reaction optimisation and the introduction of automated safety controls. Gómez et al. 14). 12 Experimental set-up for a Suzuki coupling catalysed by PdEnCat. Reproduced from ref. 62 with permission.
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Alternative energy sources for green chemistry by Georgios Stefanidis, Andrzej Stankiewicz, James H Clark, Antonio De La Hoz, Jiajun Fan, Rafael Mato Chain, V Hessel, Jorge Gascon, Tom Van Gerven, Jordan Hristov, Faical Larachi, P Gogate, Kamelia Boodhoo, Juray De Wilde