Deprotection with water ? Really.

Developing the Process

Occasionally,  I have reservations about posting some of the articles I present.  Sometimes,  they may not be too practical,  I don’t endorse it as an article that you should try to scale-up.  But I get excited about these findings and want to share, especially when there is a green, environmental angle.  I am trying to suggest some articles that are worth looking at.  Having written a bit of a disclaimer,  I thought this was a neat paper using water at elevated temperatures.  Although this was done on small scale, could it be used for industrial scale ?  I was thinking that using water at high temperature would have require enormous heating and cooling requirements. You would have to test the chemical stability of your substrate when using WET (water at elevated temperatures).   It, still, is an interesting read (at least to me).  What seems really neat is the ability to tune…

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