Introducing the Lucent360™

The World's Most Advanced Photoreactor

 

Parallel (screen), Batch and Flow with wavelength, light intensity
and temperature control in one device.

  • Multiple vial formats and configurations (from 0.3ml to 700 ml)
  • Temperature controlled (0° to 80° C) with thermostatic fluid
  • Interchangeable LED light modules (365 nm through 450nm)
  • Screen up to 4 wavelengths and/or light intensities simultaneously
  • Heavy duty magnetic stirring
  • Pre-set your favorite experiments for quick repeatability
Learn More About the Lucent360
Photochemistry Starter Bundle

Photochemistry Starter Bundle

Everything you need to get started

Includes an EvoluChem PhotoRedOx Box (HCK1006-01-016), two LED lights, two vial holders, safety glasses and four (4) sample reaction kits.

Recent Posts From Our Blog

The 21 Must-Read Photochemistry Papers of 2021

At HepatoChem, we had a big year in 2021.  We started shipping our new photoreactor the Lucent360™, added members to our team, moved into a new lab space and built out a new manufacturing facility.  The year 2022 promises even more new products, more exciting photochemistry, and hopefully more fun posts in our blog. 

Last year at this time, while looking ahead towards a long, cold, COVID-filled winter, we decided to look back at the year 2020 with a fun little piece listing our favorite papers of the year.  Like in the movie Groundhog Day, little did we all know then that 2020 would just seem to repeat itself.  So, let’s have some fun and do it again!  Keep reading for our favorite 21 photoredox papers from 2021, and then send us your favorites on twitter (@EvoluChem) or at info@hepatochem.

Utilizing the Lucent360 from screen to scale

A few weeks ago, we discussed the history of the Lucent360™, our new photoreactor for light and temperatures control for screen to scale, in both batch and flow. This month, we want to share a series of experiments for a photocatalyzed-Arbuzov reaction that demonstrate the value of the Lucent360™ for studying a photochemical reaction. There is no shortage of possibilities for how to best study a photochemical reaction. Having the tools available to design the best experiment is key. Read on for a step by step study taking a reaction from screen to scale utilizing the unique features of the Lucent360™.

Introducing the Lucent360 TM

A Brief History of a PhotoReactor We write from time to time here about the topics that we find interesting or humorous in the photoredox,...

Photochemistry of earth-abundant metals

A recurring theme for many of our articles over the last few months is that there just isn’t enough iridium or ruthenium in the earth’s crust to do...

Using Multiphoton Excitation To Generate Potent Photooxidants

A New Potent Photooxidant Pushing the limits of LED driven visible-light photocatalysis requires some creative thinking to get more redox potential...
Multi-photon excitation

Multi-Photon Approaches to Synthetic Photochemistry

Multi-photon approaches to synthetic photochemistry expand the potential pathways to create more efficient and potentially safer reaction...

Red Light Applications in Photochemistry

Near-Infrared (NIR) Light Gaining Interest For most of the previous century, photochemistry invoked images of high-powered mercury lamps, intense UV...
Petal Power: Organic Dyes in Photochemistry

Potpourri Catalysis – Fascinating Photoredox Chemistry With Organic Dyes

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The 20 Must Read Photochemistry Papers from 2020

Year in review 2020.  Let’s all agree to not look back.  20 papers for 2020 As the year comes to the close, we thought it was time to have a little...

PhotoReactor Setup

Interest in photochemistry has been growing exponentially in recent years. Numerous new applications using visible-light photoredox catalysis have...

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EvoluChem™ Photochemistry Reactors

Our EvoluChem™ PhotoRedOx Box devices are​ designed to facilitate photo-chemical experiments. We offer several version of unique design allowing single or parallel reactions. Temperature controlled experiments are also available. Feel free to contact us for more information!​

EvoluChem™ Screening Kits

The EvoluChem™ kits are chemistry screening kits. They are the ideal tools for the investigation of chemical reaction conditions. It enables you to conveniently screen multiple reaction conditions simultaneously using pre-weighed catalysts and reagents.

Photochemistry Exploration Tool

Try using our new PhotoRedox Exploration Tool to discover the screening possibilities of different reactions.

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