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Reverse Orthogonal Oligosaccharide Synthesis

A just published Advance Article in Chemical Communications from Prof. Alexei Demchenko at the Univ of Missouri-St. Louis describes a strategy for oligosaccharide construction using what they term a reverse orthogonal strategy.  As we have noted here in F-Blog, and … Continue reading

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Fluorous Ionic Liquids in Cellulose Degradation

As most people know by now, the search for renewable sources of energy is an active area of research.  One of the many sources being examined is cellulosic sources such as hemp and switchgrass.  The ceelulose can then be broken … Continue reading

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