In a unique endeavour, IKA's owner René Stiegelmann partnered with Professor Phil S Baran of Scripps Research Institute in La Jolia, California.
The firm's engineers and chemists worked hand-in-hand to develop a product combining two divisions of chemistry communities: electrochemical and mainstream synthetic organic chemistry.
The resulting ElectraSyn 2.0 had developmental origins dating back to the apparatus patented and developed by IKA in the 1920s. ElectraSyn 2.0 combined three products in one and facilitates the mass adoption of electrochemistry preparative organic synthesis.
Society is always positively impacted by the development of sustainable reaction procedures that generate high-yields, require fewer chemical reagents, and produce less chemical waste.
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