METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to be presenting and exhibiting at the inaugural Flow Chemistry India - under the auspices of the Flow Chemistry Society. Flow Chemistry India focuses on latest advances in flow chemistry.
Improving the Flow with In Situ, Real Time Analytics
Continuous flow chemistry is a relatively new development method for compound generation outside of the chemical and petroleum industries. Academia and the Pharmaceutical industry, in particular, have begun to evaluate the merits and utility of continuous chemistry versus traditional batch methods. Up to now, those development efforts have primarily been validated by means of offline sampling, which for a methodology that is continuous in nature, in situ real time measurements can certainly lend an valuable means to the improvement of continuous flow chemistry development over offline analyses. The focus of this presentation will be on the application of in situ FTIR in continuous flow and the value it brings as a real time reaction information and optimization tool.
White Paper – Rapid Analysis of Continuous Reaction Optimization Experiments: Optimize Chemical Reactions with In Situ Monitoring
The white paper discusses how to successfully optimize chemical reactions. In situ technology provides faster structural information in real time without the need for offline sampling and immediately determines when steady-state conditions are reached. The combination of inline monitoring techniques with an integrated flow system leads to significant time savings when performing optimization studies.
White Paper – Enhanced Development and Control of Continuous Processes: Optimize and Better Understand Continuous Flow Chemistry
The white paper looks at how real-time monitoring and control of continuous flow chemistry has enabled the optimization of chemical reactions. Not only is it now possible to use continuous flow chemistry as a "chemistry enabler" and productivity driver, real-time optimization also makes it possible to speed up the development time of the process.
Webinar Series – Prof Steven Ley Presents: In Situ Flow Technology to Continuous Processing