Electrochemistry for organic synthesis is a technique that has gained popularity due to its ability to design complex small molecules that have previously been impossible to make or find more efficient ways to make known compounds. By using electrical energy to drive chemical change, a targeted section of the molecule can be transformed while leaving the rest of the structure untouched. In addition, the use of electricity replaces toxic and costly chemicals allowing the synthesis to be completed more efficiently, cleaner, and cheaper.
Our new SynLectro™ Electrolysis Platform is designed to simplify and standardize electrochemical organic synthesis at research and batch scale. With our convenient portfolio, there is no need to design or construct your setup anymore. Just choose your kit or pick your components a’la carte and you are ready to explore new electrochemical reactions.
Learn more about each component of the SynLectro™ Electrolysis Platform:
Figure 1.Starter Kit 50 Starter Kit
Our 50 mL Starter Kit, containing a 50 mL glass cell, a PTFE stopper and sleeve, two electrode holders, and six electrodes (2 graphite, stainless steel, nickel, lead, and zinc), is the perfect way to experiment using electrochemistry for organic synthesis.
Our 200 mL Starter Kit, containing a 200 mL glass cell, PTFE stopper and sleeve, two electrode holders, and six electrodes (2 graphite, stainless steel, nickel, lead, and zinc), is the perfect way to scale-up reactions using electrochemistry.
Figure 2.Glass Cells and Stoppers
We offer four different cell configurations, a 50 mL cell, a 50 mL jacketed cell, a 200 mL cell, and a 200 mL jacketed cell. Our jacketed cells provide a simple interface to connect an external temperature control system to either heat or cool the electrolyte.
Our PTFE stopper and PTFE sleeve has been designed to separate electrical contacts from electrolyte and work exclusively with our glass cells.
Figure 3.Electrode Holders
We offer two electrode holder options: a stainless-steel electrode holder and a PTFE electrode holder, to connect the power source to the electrode.
Choose from 14 different materials:
We’ve compiled representative literature examples using the SynLectro™ platform for electrochemistry:
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