fluorination


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fluorination

[floo͡r′inā′shən]
the addition of fluorine to a compound, such as those commonly found in topical corticosteroids.
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Electrophilic fluorination using the Selectfluor" reagent was accomplished at two different points in the synthetic scheme, affording ring-selective fluorine incorporation into the sulfanilamide targets in yields ranging from 40-82%.
The company's approach includes a proprietary portfolio of Fluoropeutics(TM), fluorine-enabled development candidates targeting a broad range of therapeutic indications; breakthrough fluorine chemistry technology that enables the fluorination of a wide variety of drugs at any stage of development; and novel 18Ftracers for empowered PET imaging.
The lighter the color, the higher the fluorination," he says.
found that fluorination of fullerene carbon nanocages enables synthesis of endohedral complexes by reducing the barriers for molecular entry while preserving chemical stability.
Sahin, HT, Manolache, S, Young, RA, Denes, F, "Surface Fluorination of Paper in CF4-RF Plasma Environments.
There is increasing attention to this area with the major fluoro producers becoming interested in silane/silicone products and the principal silicone producers working on fluorination techniques.
The Scotchgard products being withdrawn are electrochemical fluorination (ECF) chemistry-based, while DuPont Teflon and other fluoroprotectant formulas use a process called tetrafluoroethylene (TFE) telomerization, according to DuPont.
Ritter is currently an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University, and founder of The Ritter Group, which focuses on fluorination chemistry for late-stage functionalization of complex natural and unnatural products and bimetallic transition metal redox catalysis.
For several years, the research team has been using fluorination as a chemical step toward creating designer nanotubes.
This patent covers the fluorination of proteins and peptides for F-18 positron emission tomography (PET).
We will develop new selective fluorination processes by using both innovative chemoselective methodology and the emerging field of synthetic biology to provide new technology platforms beyond the current state-of-the-art.