Dr Graeme McAllister, Experimental Officer at the University of York offers an evaluation of the Asynt CondenSyn waterless air condenser after trials with a THF drying still (b.p. 66 °C), equipped with a 1 L main flask and ~250 mL collection head.
“We loved it so much we bought a second one for our other lab.”
Thomas Rotherham College explain why their 6th form students are now using CondenSyn in place of traditional Leibig condensers.
Multicell HPR Evaluation relating to published paper: The Key Role of the Latest N-H Group in Milstein’s Catalysts for Ester Hydrogenation
Colgate University (NY, USA) used kinetic data taken from the Asynt Multicell in their valuable characterisation of the mechanisms of Milstein’s catalysts necessary to understand the reactivity of these vital catalysts in ester hydrogenation.
DrySyn Sustainability Report: DrySyn Multi systems allow up to 3 reactions to be carried out simultaneously using the same hotplate. Should the efficiency be unaffected, DrySyn would therefore be ideal
CondenSyn Sustainability Report: The University of Liverpool tested the yields and reaction times for various experiments across the chemistry department. They used this to determine the performance of the CondenSyn,
DrySyn SnowStorm ONE Evaluation: My role is PI – our research goals relate to CO2 capture, green chemistry, and 3D printing. The main types of chemistry we perform are substitution reactions
CondenSyn Evaluation: I just wanted to write to let you know that my experience using the CondenSyn was wonderful! I refluxed acetonitrile at 85 °C over the weekend and came
Dr Marco Conte, Lecturer in Physical Chemistry at the University of Sheffield offers his evaluation of the Asynt Pressure high press reactor, commenting that “This is one of the safest autoclaves I have the chance to work with.”. Find out more.
DrySyn MULTI evaluation in a teaching lab We at College of the Sequoias have been delighted to test out the DrySyn heating block in our teaching laboratory and offer a