Chemistry Letters
Online ISSN : 1348-0715
Print ISSN : 0366-7022
ISSN-L : 0366-7022
Volume 41 , Issue 6
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  • Andreas Kirschning, Lukas Kupracz, Jan Hartwig
    2012 Volume 41 Issue 6 Pages 562-570
    Published: June 05, 2012
    Released: May 19, 2012
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    Inductive heating has emerged as a new heating technique in the laboratory, particularly when combined with miniaturized flow reactor devices. Traditionally, inductive heating is found in industrial applications like the heating of large metallic objects such as in the bending of pipes, bonding and welding. New fields of application are the preparation of nanotubes as well as hyperthermia in the treatment of cancer. This account specifically addresses the use of heatable materials such as superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in many areas of organic synthesis and how this enabling technology compares to conventional as well as microwave heating.
    Inductive heating is a new heating technique that ideally can be combined with miniaturized flow reactor devices. This account specifically addresses the theory of superparamagnetic heating and summarizes its use in material sciences, medical applications, and particularly in organic synthesis. Fullsize Image
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