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Sorisole, Italy) . 4 Multimode Instruments The development of multimode reactors for organic synthesis occurred mainly from already available microwave acid-digestion/solvent-extraction systems. Instruments for this purpose were first designed in the 1980s and with the growing demand for 33 34 3 Equipment Review synthesis systems, these reactors were subsequently adapted for organic synthesis applications. Therefore, there is still a close relationship between multimode microwave digestion systems and synthesis reactors.
14 CEM MARS pressure rotors: XP1500, HP500, Xpress (clockwise). and XP-rotors is achieved by means of an electronic sensor in one reference vessel. Therefore, parallel reactions should only be carried out with identical reaction mixtures in the individual vessels. For reactions at high pressures, the HP- and XP-rotor vessels offer a choice of covers: fully sealed or self-venting. The temperature and pressure feedback control of the MARS System monitors and carefully regulates the amount of power being supplied to the reactions to provide optimum reaction control.
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