, the following scientific papers have been published. These publications should allow a full understanding of their benefits over DAST, Deoxo-Fluor® and Fluolead.
XtalFluor® Reagents get Coverage in the Media and Scientific Community
Since their introduction on the market in 2009, several articles have been published about the XtalFluor-E® and XtalFluor-M®. These new reagents have already retained the attention among the scientific community due to their potential in the fluorination industry.
November 19, 2010, ACS Publications, Organic Process Research & Development, Highlights from the Literature
are once again among the recent Highlights from the Literature in the latest published issue of Organic Process Research & Development.
Safety Notables: Information from the Literature
Barnhart, R.; Ironside, D. M.; Vogt, F.P. Org. Process Res. Dev. 2010, 14, 1480-1484
This article is available online through the ACS Publications
October 1, 2010, Aldrich ChemFiles, Volume 10, Number 3
ChemFiles is a FREE quarterly newsletter written by Sigma-Aldrich
experts within their Product Management and R&D team. XtalFluor® Deoxofluorination Reagent
makes the cover page of their recent newsletter in addition to being among the latest products presented by these experts.
XtalFluor-E® and XtalFluor-M®: Convenient, Crystalline Deoxofluorination Reagents
Ryba,T. (2010). Aldrich ChemFiles. Volume 10, Number 3. Synthetic Reagents. XtalFluor-E® and XtalFluor-M®: Convenient, Crystalline Deoxofluorination Reagents.
September 13, 2010, Issue 17, Chemistry & Industry Magazine, Cover Story
C&I Magazine has recently published an article entitled "Simple fluorine chemistry" as cover story in their September 13th issue. This article describes the partnership between OmegaChem
, Manchester Organics and Sigma-Aldrich
in the development of the newXtalFluor® fluorinating reagents
that put safety first and deliver results.
Simple fluorine chemistry
Bennett, C.; Clayton,S.; Tovell, D. (2010). C&I Magazine. Cover Story. Issue 17. September 13, 2012. Simple fluorine chemistry.
September 1, 2010, ACS Publications, Organic Process Research and Development, Highlights from the Literature
In this publication, the new XtalFluor® Reagents
Enhanced Thermal Stability and Ease of Handling are among the recent Highlights from the Literature.
Some Items of Interest to Process R&D Chemists and Engineers
McLaughlin, M; Rubio, S. G.; Wilson, I.; Zhao, W.; Laird, T.; Zlota, A. Org. Process Res. Dev. 2010, ASAP.
This article is available online through the ACS Publications.
June 7, 2010, American Chemical Society, Noteworthy Chemistry
The benefits XtalFluor® Reagents are highlighted in an article available online through the ACS website.
Aminodifluorosulfinium salts are improved fluorination reagents
American Chemical Society. (2010). Noteworthy Chemistry. June 7, 2010. Aminodifluorosulfinium salts are improved fluorination reagents.
May 26, 2010, ACS Publications, Organic Process Research and Development
In these articles written by several authors, XtalFluor-E®andXtalFluor-M® are among the Green Chemistry Highlights.
Green Chemistry Articles of interest to the Pharmaceutical Industry
Andrews, I.; Cui, J.; Dudin, L.; Dunn, P.; Hayler, J.; Hinkley, B.; Hughes, D.; Kaptein, B.; Lorenz, K.; Mathew, S.; Rammeloo, T.; Wang, L.; Wells, A.; White, D. T. Org. Process Res. Dev. 2010, 14, 770.
These articles can be accessed online through ACS Publications.
April 28, 2010, Chemical & Engineering News
The multiple benefits of XtalFluor® Reagents for the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries have been first reported in an article written by Stephen K. Ritter on the C&EN website.
Deoxofluorination Reagents Proliferate
Ritter, K. S. (2010). Chemical & Engineering News. Latest News. April 28, 2010. Deoxofluorination Reagents Proliferate.
The article was then published in the May edition of the C&EN magazine: C&EN, Vol.88, No.18, pp.34-35
November, 2009, Scientific Update
Scientific Update was the first to cover the XtalFluor® reagents discovery in November 2009.
New Deoxofluorination Reagent
Scientific Update (2009). NewDeoxofluorination Reagent. Issue 32, November 2009.