Flow chemistry is also termed as Plug chemistry or continuous flow chemistry. In flow chemistry, a chemical reaction which run continuously in a flowing stream rather than in batch production. In other words, pumps move fluid into a tube, and where tubes join one another, the fluids contact one another. A reaction takes place, if these fluids are reactive Flow chemistry is a well-established technique for use at a large scale when manufacturing large quantities of a given material. However, for its application on a laboratory scale, the term flow chemistry has been coined recently. Often, microreactors are used.
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