Automated Library Synthesis in Disposable Vials / Reactors under Accelerating Superheated Conditions


The ISYNTH SPEEDCHEM uses a combination of elevated temperature and autogeneous pressure to dramatically increase the reaction rate, resulting in shorter reaction times and often higher selectivities for e.g. small-molecule, polymer, porous materials, cathode materials synthesis.

Key advantages
  • Decrease in cost per experiment up to 90+ %.
  • Increase in productivity by a factor of 10+.
  • Increased temperature to e.g. 40°C above the boiling point results in about 16
    times faster reaction at better quality.
  • Reagent preparation (liquids and solids), multistep synthesis, work-up, purification, analysis and product transfer to storage.
  • Disposable glass reactors in MTP format.
  • 4-Needle Head for volumetric liquid handling and sampling.
  • Gravimetric solid dispensing into an unlimited choice of vial / plate / reactor
  • Higher reagents solubility into solvent.
  • Milder reaction conditions.
  • Less side reactions / reagent alteration and higherchemical yield.
  • Lower energy usage.
  • Exchangeable robotic tools to accommodate multiple workflows.
  • Easy access to data with a convenient interface to pull results into Excel or  virtually any other software.
  • Interface to DOE.


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As a rule of thumb the reaction rate doubles itself if the temperature is increased by 10°C, reactions that normally take hours can be done in minutes at better quality using ISYNTH SPEEDCHEM.

Selection of applications:

  • Library synthesis.
  • Porous material synthesis .
  • Polymer synthesis.
  • Reaction parameter screening.
  • Solubility, stability, compatibility screening.
  • Sample preparation.
  • Formulation screening.

Technical details

Chemspeed’s ISYNTH SPEEDCHEM deck modularity allows the user to execute and perform a variety of synthesis workflows under superheated conditions in a fully automated fashion, including reaction preparation, multistep synthesis, work-up, purification, analysis and product transfer to storage.