FluoroFlash tags, scavengers, and reagents are well suited for the synthesis of small molecules. The simplicity and orthogonality of fluorous separations makes them especially attractive for library synthesis, since a single purification method can be used across a range of molecules. Maximize the value of your protecting group chemistry. Gain solution-phase kinetics and stoichiometry plus solid-phase like separation for your scavenging reactions. Optimize your combinatorial chemistry by using our unique technology. Create small molecule content for microarrays using the same tags used for immobilization.
Fluorous compounds are molecules, not materials, and they do not require special solvents or analytical techniques. They are compatible across a wide array of chemistries, including anionic, cationic, free radical, organometallic, and microwave reaction conditions, providing you with the flexibility across all the reactions you need to get the molecules you want.
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