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  • Silicon carbide (SiC) is a chemically inert material with high heat conductivity which strongly absorbs microwave energy. Employing SiC as a vessel material makes microwave chemistry even more attractive since it will not only shorten your overall process time, but enables access to reactions which cannot be performed in standard glass vials (e.g. fluorinations).
  • Silicon carbide (SiC) is a chemically inert material with high heat conductivity which strongly absorbs microwave energy. Employing SiC as a vessel material makes microwave chemistry even more attractive since it will not only shorten your overall process time, but enables access to reactions which cannot be performed in standard glass vials (e.g. fluorinations).
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Silicon Carbide Vessel

Silicon carbide (SiC) is a chemically inert material with high heat conductivity which strongly absorbs microwave energy. Employing SiC as a vessel material makes microwave chemistry even more attractive since it will not only shorten your overall process time, but enables access to reactions which cannot be performed in standard glass vials (e.g. fluorinations).

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Key Features

  • Heating rates >10 °C/sec, even for non-absorbing solvents
  • Filling volume 2 mL to 6 mL
  • Chemically inert
  • Reduced power levels
  • High heat conductivity ensures outstanding heating and cooling rates