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4 Reactions in Solution The vast majority of reactions in organic synthesis, on both the industrial and laboratory scales, are performed in solution. The use of solvents allows the following: - Obtaining an efficient mixture of reagents at the molecular level. - Placing in contact the reagents at the appropriate concentrations to achieve a suitable reaction rate. - Transporting reagents and/or products and facilitating the dosage for introduction into the reactor. - Controlling the temperature of the reaction.

10–100 times the quantity of reagents, and most of them are volatile (VOC's). Solvents are used not only during the reaction but also in the separation, purification (recrystallization, chromatography) and, possibly, in a final separation (evaporation, distillation, decantation, filtration or centrifugation) to obtain the final product. On the other hand, solvents are the most likely contaminants amongst the auxiliary products because of their volatile and fluid nature. Solvents may have occupational toxicity, ecotoxicity, flammability or carry the risk of explosion and they may have drawbacks such as persistent contamination and pollution.

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