2 article(s) from Ingham, Richard J
Raspberry Pi® (RPi) computer operating in the laboratory, shown here without its protective case. U...
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Two step approach to piperazine-2-carboxamide via hydrolysis followed by reduction. (a) Retrosynthe...
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Heterogeneous hydration of pyrazine-2-carbonitrile with hydrous zirconia.
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FlowIR™ profile for the reactor output after hydration of pyrazine-2-carbonitrile using hydrous zir...
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(a) Fluidic setup for the zirconia catalysed hydration of aromatic nitrile. (b) Raspberry Pi® micro...
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Flowchart describing the control sequence for operating and monitoring the hydration reaction. The ...
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Profile for a 3 hour reaction simulating a long run. The absorbance shown is that at 1685 cm−1, whi...
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Reactor setup for optimisation reactions. A multi-position valve (V2) was used for collecting sampl...
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Representation of the control sequence for running experiments under a set of conditions. (See Supporting Information File 3 for...
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Reduction products of piperazine-2-carboxamide.
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(a) In-line reservoir schematic. The liquid level is measured by observation of a plastic float. (b...
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Flow set up for the automated machine assisted synthesis of (R,S)-piperidine-2-carboxamide.
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Control sequence for the two-step process.
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Chart of monitored parameters over a 15 hour reaction. The output from the hydrolysis step is direc...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 641–652, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.56
The evolution of computer-based monitoring and control within the laboratory of the future. (a) In ...
A selection of the wide range of digital camera devices available, focusing on those that can be at...
(a) Network cameras (Linksys WVC54GC) in operation in the Innovative Technology Centre laboratory. ...
Remote transmission of video imagery and reaction monitoring data.
A camera can assist the chemist in a number of ways. Digital video recordings of reactions can be u...
Suzuki–Miyaura reaction performed within a microfluidic system. The product is observed by high-spe...
Friedel–Crafts reactions performed by using solid-acid catalysis at high pressures. A camera allowe...
(a) The video camera setup providing a view of the reaction within the microwave cavity; (b) a pall...
(a) Buchwald–Hartwig coupling within a microchannel reactor. (b) Camera view of aggregate deposits ...
The key diprotected piperazic acid precursor in the synthesis of chloptosin.
(a) Piperazic acid mixture, and (b) apparatus for enantiomeric upgrading by recorded crystallisatio...
(a) Crystallisation of a Mn(II) polyoxometalate. (b) A bespoke reactor produced using additive fabr...
Computer processing of digital imagery produces numerical data for later processing.
(a) The Morphologi G3 particle image analyser, which uses images captured with a camera microscope ...
Use of the Python Imaging Library to analyse the proportion of an image consisting of red pixels. A...
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(a) Arduino [73,75], a flexible open-source platform for rapidly prototyping electronic applications. (b) ...
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Patented device incorporating a standard 96-well plate illuminated by a white-light source. The pla...
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Simple colour-change experiments to assess a new AF-2400 gas permeable flow reactor. The reactor co...
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(a) Ozonolysis of a series of alkenes using ozone in a bottle-reactor; (b) Glaser–Hay coupling usin...
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(a) Camera-assisted titration of ammonia using bromocresol green. NH3 is dissolved in the gas-flow ...
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(a) Bubble-counting setup. As the output of the gas-flow reactor (hydrogen dissolved in dichloromet...
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Usage of digital cameras to enable remote control of reactions.
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In-line solvent switching apparatus. The reactor output is directed into a bottle positioned on a h...
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Catch and Release apparatus. (1) The amide intermediate is sequestered onto the central sulfonic ac...
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Clips from video footage showing the silica reagent changing appearance; the arrows indicate the ed...
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Combination of computer vision and automation to enable machine-assisted synthetic processes.
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A coloured float at the interface between heavy and light solvents allows a camera to recognise the...
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Graphical demonstration of the image-recognition process. At the start of the experiment, the colou...
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Application of the computer-vision-enabled liquid–liquid extractor. The product mixture of a hydraz...
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Application of a computer-vision technique to measure the dispersion of a plug of material passing ...
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Multiple extractors in series controlled by a single camera.
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Two-step synthesis of branched aldehydes from aryl iodides using two reactive gases. A liquid–liqui...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2013, 9, 1051–1072, doi:10.3762/bjoc.9.118
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