EvoluChem™ and KitAlysis Kits

Efficiency Analysis of Evoluchem™ and Kitalysis™ Screening Kits

Stop Wasting Time

Current practices are time consuming and often ineffective. Consequentially, it can take days to prepare and perform an screening experiment that could possibly fail. However, ordering either a Evoluchem™ or a Kitalysis™ screening kit allows you to skip the need for literature surveying and experimental design. Indeed, chemistry screening kits save significant amounts of time by allowing you to screen multiple reactions at once.

 

EvoluChem Kit Setup

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Improve Your Success Rate

There’s often a lack of options when an initial reaction fails. Using screening kits, you’re more likely to have successful experiments, more efficient, effective research methods and fewer experiment failures.

Kitalysis Evoluchem Success Rate

No Glove-box Required

With screening kits, you can explore countless reactions simultaneously without needing a glove-box to manipulate sensitive reagents. While KitAlysis™ screening kits require an inertion box to maintain an inert atmosphere for sensitive cross-coupling reactions. EvoluChem™ kits contains independently capped reaction conditions under an inert atmosphere. This design does not require using inertion equipment which facilitates the handling of the kit.

Kitalysis Evoluchem Inert Condition

Screening Process

Using the KitAlysis™ screening kit, one must use a slurry to measure salt bases and then add to the reaction condition. Once completed within the nitrogen-based inertion box, the user must cap and fasten a lid onto the condition. On average, this is a twenty-step process. EvoluChem™ kits come with pre-weighed reagents and catalysts. With this method, the user only needs to add the substrate and apply heat to the condition. Since nitrogen has been applied to these independently capped conditions, no inertion is required by the user.

Kitalysis Evoluchem Process

Unique Features

The KitAlysis™ screening kits offer 24 microscale reactions in parallel, capped with a single plate. These kits fit within the KitAlysis™ reaction block, specifically designed for the inertion box. Emphasizing independently capped conditions, EvoluChem™ offers customized kits to meet your very specific needs. In most cases, users can perform 40+ reaction conditions using a customized EvoluChem™ screening kit. 

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