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Flow Chemistry Explained

Coflore flow reactors are designed to be as accessible as possible for newcomers to flow chemistry. We take the approach that you shouldn't have to think about specific applications for your flow equipment, but rather it should be a versatile piece of equipment that can be used as often as a round-bottomed flask or jacketed vessel.

Throughout January and February, the chemists at AM Technology have been putting together handy explainers for some common flow chemistry terms as part of our "Flow Chemistry Explained" section on Instagram (don't follow the AMT account? You can find it here...)

Slide through the gallery below to learn about the most common flow chemistry terms! We will keep this page updated with more terms over the coming weeks!


“One of today's most important tools for modernizing the pharmaceutical industry is a process known as continuous manufacturing”

Director of the FDA’s Centre for Drug Evaluation and Research,

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