The digital code driven autonomous synthesis of ibuprofen automated in a 3D-printer-based robot

Philip J. Kitson, Stefan Glatzel and Leroy Cronin

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Supporting information is available containing full experimental details, the source code of the process control software, along with information on the 3D printing settings for the reactor vessel fabrication. Also available are a video demonstrating the liquid handling for the automated reaction sequence and the .STL digital model files of the reactor vessels fabricated by the robotic platform.

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