Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium 2010: Elements of Success – fluorine, sulfur, lithium and boron

Publications of the RSC Symposia at Chemspec Europe from 2004 to 2016 can be downloaded from
www.chemspeceurope.com/en/the-rsc-royal-society-of-chemistry-symposium

RSC Speciality Chemicals Symposium 2010: Elements of Success – F, S, B and Li

Title:

RSC Speciality Chemicals Symposium 2010: Elements of Success – F, S, B and Li

Introduction:

Fluorine, sulfur, boron and lithium derivatives are widely used in the speciality chemicals industry for the manufacture of niche products with very specific applications. On the first day of the symposium two sessions will be held with the morning session dedicated to fluorine and the afternoon session to sulfur, both elements of strategic importance to the speciality chemicals industry. The second day will be devoted to sessions on the use of boron and lithium chemistry in speciality chemicals production. Each session will include presentations related to new commercial developments either from a synthesis, manufacturing, use or market application viewpoint.

ATTENDANCE AT THE SYMPOSIUM IS FREE & DELEGATES CAN PICK AND CHOOSE WHICH LECTURES THEY ATTEND

The Symposium will be held in conjunction with the Chemspec Europe and Chemsource Exhibitions organised by Quartz Business Media to be held at Messe Berlin, Germany on 9 and 10 June 2010. The symposium and exhibitions will attract a broad range of visitors from across the fine and speciality chemicals industry.

Lectures will take place between 10.30 and 15.45 on 9 June and 10.00 and 14.30 on 10 June allowing delegates ample time to visit the concurrent Chemspec Europe and Chemsource Exhibitions.

The conference will be run alongside the Chemspec Europe and the Chemsource Exhibitions.

Conference ID:

RSC125

Dates:

9-10 June 2010

Location:

Messe, Berlin, Germany

Exhibition:

The Chemspec Europe and Chemsource exhibitions are open as follows:-

Wednesday 9 June 9.00am – 5.00pm

Thursday 10 June 9.00am – 4.00pm

Programme
June 9

Morning

Fluorine Session

Chairman: Dr Bruce Lane, RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector

10.30

Efficient Synthesis of Fluorinated Intermediates for the Agrochemical and Pharmaceutical Industry
Michael Quirmbach, Solvias AG, Switzerland

11.15

Access to Poly-Fluorinated Building Blocks via ElectroChemical Fluorination
Andrea Missio and Maurizio Bertola, Miteni SpA, Italy

12.00

Recent Advances in Fluorination Technology for Custom Synthesis at Saltigo
Andreas Stolle, Saltigo GmbH, Germany

12.45

Lunch Break

Afternoon

Sulfur Session

Chairman: Dr David Karsa, RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector

13.30

Sulfur – eSSential for Life.
Gert De Coster, Sumitomo Chemical Europe representing Sumitomo Seika, Belgium

14.15

Sulfur Trioxide Amine Complexes: Versatile Reagents in Organic Synthesis.
Jörg Schrickel, CABB AG, Switzerland

15.00

Success with Sulfur-based Compounds and Reactions
Thomas Wirth, Cardiff University, UK

15.45

Sulfur Chlorides and Derivatives – Technical and Commercial Success Factors
Bernd Dill, Transpek Industry (Europe) Ltd., UK

16.30

End

June 10

Morning

Lithium and Boron Session 1
Chairman: Dr David Karsa, RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector

10.00

Lithium and Boron – Two Elements of Success in High-Performance Fine Chemicals Production.
Sven Schroeter, Archimica GmbH, Germany

10.45

Tools for Organic Synthesis – New Reagents for Lithium Assisted Deprotonation and Addition Reactions.
Jens Carsten Röder, Chemetall GmbH, Germany

11.30

Cryogenic Lithiation Reactions for the Production of Starting Materials for Transition Metal Catalyzed Reactions.
Adriano Indolese, Rohner AG, Switzerland

12.15

Lunch Break

Afternoon

Lithium and Boron Session 2

Chairman: Dr Bruce Lane, RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector

13.00

Lithiation from Lab to Commercial Scale – in the Field of Hazardous Chemistry
Urs Brändli, Dottikon Exclusive Synthesis AG, Switzerland

13.45

Boronic Acids Manufacture at Industrial Scale
Dominique Delbrayelle, Minakem, France

14.30

End

Abstracts

To view abstracts, please click here