Previously, the use of small scale reactors was the most powerful technique to perform chemical reactions for kinetic and thermodynamic screening in early stage process development. Now the combination of thermal data with in situ IR spectroscopy information provides thorough process understanding and simplifies process characterization substantially. This webinar will demonstrate the importance of detailed kinetics information at an early stage of the chemical process design. Simultaneous measurement of the heat flow and concentration profiles offer an in-depth insight into complex reactions and can reveal effects that are not detectible from a standalone technique.
Different reactions are presented to demonstrate the capabilities and advantages of monitoring kinetics using online IR techniques in combination with precisely controlled synthesis workstations or reaction calorimeters.
Your online presenter, Paul Scholl, has extensive experience in process characterization and reaction analysis.
Related topics: process characterization, chemical process design, screening, thermodynamics, kinetics,heat flow, in situ IR spectroscopy, FTIR, synthesis workstation, reaction calorimeters