International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies

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ISoFT is the abbreviation for the International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies. This symposium series was founded to discuss recent advances, including commercial applications, of technologies related to fluorous chemistry.

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Fluorous Technology Award[edit]

In recognition of major contributions to fluorous chemistry:

  • 2005, István T. Horváth (City University of Hong Kong)
József Rábai (Eötvös Loránd University)
Dennis P. Curran (University of Pittsburgh)
Jean-Marc Vincent (University of Bordeaux)

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