World scientific experts meet in Dublin for PhotoIUPAC

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    Vapourtec will be attending the 52nd PhotoIUPAC (8th-13th July 2018) at University College Dublin where experts in the field of photochemistry meet to tackle some of the world’s most complex challenges including renewable energy, green chemistry, atmospheric photochemistry, single molecule microscopy and super resolution imaging.

    Vapourtec’s presence will showcase and demonstrate a range of products that enable chemists and the scientific community to take full advantage of the potential of photochemistry including their easy-Photochem system and LED version of the UV-150 photochemical reactor

    The UV-150 photochemical reactor is a well established product already cited in over 45 peer-reviewed publications.  Launched four years ago, the UV-150 was the first commercial continuous flow photochemical reactor designed for laboratory research.  This versatile reactor was developed to give more efficient, precise, consistent, safe and scalable photochemical synthesis offering potential routes for novel compounds and building blocks together with possible new manufacturing processes.

    Vapourtec’s Sales Manager Stacey Crane commented: “Vapourtec are excited to be exhibiting at this year’s event. The UV-150 has exceeded all expectations in terms of its impact on photochemistry over the past couple of years and we continue to see strong interest in this pioneering technology across the globe.

    “Vapourtec works closely with customers to continually progress development of products that meet their needs,” added Stacey.

    PhotoIUPAC attracts delegates from North America, Asia, and Europe as well as a number of African and Australasian nations. The event also encourages participation from younger scientists, postdocs and students.

     

    To find out more about the symposium, click here

    To find out more about the Vapourtec easy-PhotoChem solution, click here

    To find out more about the Vapourtec LED version of the UV-150 photochemical reactor, click here

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