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PhotoReactor Setup

The need for a simple and robust device to perform visible-light photoredox catalysis has become increasingly important. Learn about our setup.

Amide Coupling in Medicinal Chemistry

In recent years, amide coupling has become the most frequently used reaction in medicinal chemistry. However there are numerous reagents available.

Evaluating Light Sources in Photochemistry

Learn how properly evaluating light sources in photochemistry ensures your ability to study, optimize and scale your reactions.

Determining Photon Flux Using Actinometry

Details on how we determine photon flux using actinometry measurement. Photon flux is measured for our photoreactors using different setups.

photoredox box holder
A Standard Ferrioxalate Actinometer Protocol

We describe ferrioxalate actinometer protocol we use to determine photon flux in different reaction vials and photoreactors.

Electron Donor-Acceptor (EDA) Complexes in Photochemistry

Discussion about the modern photochemical approaches using Electron Donor-Acceptor EDA complexes in synthetic organic chemistry.

Red Light Applications in Photochemistry

A number of recent red light applications in photochemistry have expanded the options available to synthetic organic chemists.

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 conditions.

Photochemistry Starter Bundle
Photochemistry 101, Part I: Everything You Need To Know To Get Started

First of three-part series intended to get you comfortable with photochemistry and provide you with everything you need to know to get started.

Chart showing irradiance impacted by light beam angle
Photochemistry 101, Part II: Understanding and Measuring Light Sources

Second in our three-part series on Photochemistry 101. Get started by learning how to evaluate light, standardizing conditions and calculating photon flux.

Photochemistry 101, Part III: Setting Up Your Initial Photochemistry Reactions

A quick guide to get you started with initial photochemistry reactions.

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Interchim distributes photoreactors


211 bis av JF Kennedy – BP1140
03103 Montluçon cedex – France
Hotline : +33 (0) 470 037 301
Phone : +33 (0) 470 038 855
Fax : +33 (0) 470 038 260

Shigematsu distributes photoreactors

Shigematsu & Co

No.2 – 5, Awaji-machi 2-Chome,
Chuo-ku, OSAKA 541-0047 JAPAN

Strem Chemicals distributes photoreactors

Strem Chemicals, Inc.

7 Mulliken Way
Newburyport, MA · 01950-4098

Chemie Brunschwig distributes photoreactors

Chemie Brunschwig AG

Auf dem Wolf 10
CH-4052 Basel
Tel: +41 (0)61 308 91 14
Mobile: +41 (0)79 682 23 66
Fax: +41 (0)61 308 91 19

Spectrum Chemical Manufacturing distributes photoreactors

Spectrum Chemical Mfg. Corp.

769 Jersey Ave.
New Brunswick NJ 08901

Zageno distributes photoreactors


@ WeWork
625 Massachusetts Ave
2nd Floor
Cambridge, MA 02139

Sekisui Xenotech distributes photoreactors

Sekisui Xenotech

1101 West Cambridge Circle Dr.
Kansas City, KS 66103


Chemglass Life Sciences

3800 North Mill Road
Vineland, NJ 08360
(tel) 1-800-843-1794