Issue Date: July 17, 2017
Automating reaction discovery
When hunting for novel chemical reactions, the more transformations chemists can do, the more likely they are to find something new. University of California, Berkeley, chemists John F. Hartwig and Konstantin Troshin have come up with an approach that lets reaction hunters run 75,000 possible reactions in just a matter of days using only a sealed 96-well plate, a gas chromatography/mass spectrometry instrument, and an analytical suite of Microsoft Excel macros . . .
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