This is where IoT joins Chemistry
3 Published papers on this method
IoT-based Electrosynthesis ecosystem
Using MQTT over WiFi
In this proposal we presented the electrosynthesis ecosystem using esp8266 with OTA compilation integrated, the MQTT Broker for the control system that would be installed on a Raspberry Pi and MQTT protocol for the wireless data transfer layer which provides the electrosysnthesis machine to work 24/7 and with the AI that can be implemented, the whole ecosystem would be smart and the data-driven can be used in QC verification. This system is designed and simulated and the source codes are available via GitHub.
Green and one-pot electrosynthesis
of a new amino benzofuran
Electrochemical oxidation of 1,4-dihydroxyanthraquinone has been studied in the presence of malononitrile as a nucleophile in acetate buffer solution mixed with ethanol (40/60 v/v) using cyclic voltammetry and coulometry under constant potential methods. The results revealed that tetra-one derived from electrochemical oxidation of 1,4-dihydroxyanthraquinone can be participates in 1,4-Michael addition reaction with malononitrile. The formed adducts convert to the corresponding benzofuran via ECC (Electrochemical, chemical, chemical reactions) mechanism.
IoT-based Electrosynthesis Machine
Green & Solar-powered None-catalyst
According to the conclusion of referenced article, None-catalyst and clean synthesis of symmetric and asymmetric indoles from electrochemical oxidation of 4-aminophenol in the presence of malononitrile in green media ; we are trying to integrate Internet of Things (IoT) with electrochemical synthesis under controlled potential conditions in order to use green solvent instead of organic materials, and create a solar-powered 24/7 automated machine for the industrial use cases.
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Development Road map
Research & Development
The first step for us is updating our hardware source codes which are available via Github (you can check that out in this link https://github.com/iraniothome/ChemIoT) and also work more on the chemical side to produce other derivatives of Indole and other organic compounds.
Get some investment
Building up the MVP definitely needs an investment. As we have forecasted, the average amount we may need to build up the whole IoT-based electrosynthesis ecosystem to produce the Indole is about 200.000 €. we are fully aware that this is a lot to ask but we have planned the steps ahead of us. Please contact us if you are interested in helping us develop human health!
Build the MVP
Building up the MVP in the lab scale, after raising the investment we mentioned in the last step, would take around 1 whole year but we are fully prepared and exactly know where we are heading.
Scaling up and Industrialization
At the end of the year 2019 which is the deadline for us to accomplish the MVP version, we would work on industrializing this method with the help of companies..