Dr Nilesh Mistry shows you how to set-up and use the Radleys GreenHouse Plus Parallel Synthesiser to perform up to 24 reactions in parallel from 0.5 ml to 7 ml, on a single stirring hotplate.
This tutorial includes step-by-step shots and close-ups of various components and some advice on how to use your equipment in the most efficient way. This video is what you need to know in order to use the GreenHouse Plus Parallel Synthesiser. Watch the other videos in this series to see how you can convert your GreenHouse into a Blowdown Evaporator and also work up and purify your reactions with the GreenHouse Work-Up Station.
Working on small molecule discovery, reaction optimisation or reagent screening? Need to increase your experimental throughput without compromising on your set-up? Want to perform multiple reactions in parallel, but have limited fume hood space? The Radleys GreenHouse Parallel Synthesiser is easy to use to perform multiple reactions.
It fits on a standard magnetic stirrer hot plate and takes up less space than multiple individual set-ups. Parallel synthesis tools are a great addition to your chemistry lab equipment and ideal for the following organic and inorganic chemistry applications: medicinal chemistry, reaction screening, combinatorial chemistry, catalyst screening, drug discovery, parallel solution phase chemistry, solid supported reagent based synthesis and much more.
Heat, cool, stir and reflux multiple reactions under an inert atmosphere on a single magnetic stirrer hot plate. The GreenHouse Plus Parallel Synthesiser provides 24 heated and stirred glass reactions with volumes from 0.5 ml to 7 ml. The refluxing head allows for convenient additions or withdrawals whilst maintaining an inert atmosphere.
- Powerful stirring and rapid heating to 150 ˚C
- 24 tube, micro titer plate footprint • Reaction volumes from 0.5 ml to 7 ml
- Removable water-cooled reflux head
- Perform reactions under an inert atmosphere
- Easy viewing of tube contents during experiments
- Nickel plated aluminium offers excellent chemical resistance