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|On Demand Webinar|| Good Weighing Practice™ - The Global Weighing Guideline - Part 1: Measurement Uncertainty and Minimum Weight |
Learn about common misconceptions regarding balance selection and use as well as incorrect testing programs for periodic verification.
|On Demand Webinar|| Innovative Methods for Teaching Chemical Kinetic Experimentation |
Chemical kinetic experimentation methods are discussed by Professor John Sowa. Professor Sowa shows how to perform experiments on well-characterized unimolecular, bimolecular and catalytic reactions and demonstrates experiments that determine reaction order, rate constants and energy of activation. The goal of the presentation is to show how to perform basic experiments so that they can be used in an academic educational environment and for training of industrial chemists.
|On Demand Webinar|| Energetic Material Process Development |
Data gathered at various pH values will be discussed. The influence of pH will be presented on the purity and thermal stability of the explosive product. The batch experiment data was utilized to create process models and these models were used to design, build and test a series of continuous stirred tank reactors at the 50-liter scale producing kilogram quantities of the desired product. The results of these experiments will be presented.
|On Demand Webinar|| In Situ Flow Technology to Continuous Processing - Part II |
For continuous flow chemistry processing, FlowIR is a convenient inline analytical tool. The FTIR instrument for real-time monitoring of continuous flow chemistry is easily incorporated into a variety of flow set-ups and is shown to meet some of the new challenges that flow chemistry presents to the synthetic chemist.
|On Demand Webinar|| Safe and Scalable Oxidation of Benzaldoximes |
A thermal analysis of a Oxidation of Benzaldoximes reaction is used to determine the heat flow in the presence of common additives to determine the most effective means of safe scale-up. Of the additives screened, aqueous HCl consistently avoided an induction period and enabled a dose-controlled process to be developed.
|On Demand Webinar|| Eliminating Micronization Using Fine Particle Crystallization |
Crystal engineering is applied when the crystal size distribution is too large to meet downstream specifications. By designing the crystallization to produce a fine crystal distribution in situ, downstream milling operations are avoided, thus improving the yield and reducing energy consumption or safety hazards which may arise due to milling. This webinar reviews how to design scalable crystallization processes, produce fine crystals and eliminate the need for milling.
|On Demand Webinar|| Importance of Mixing for Heterogeneous, Continuous Processes |
Development of continuous processes is a chemical engineering challenge that requires a balance of heat transfer, mass transfer and kinetics. This webinar discusses how to simulate plant conditions and develop continuous processes.
|On Demand Webinar|| How To Win The Battle In The Chemical Process R&D Lab |
Chemical development is impacted by various economic drivers and requires changes to ensure success in the future. Companies have reacted to these drivers by implementing a lab of the future/tomorrow strategy.
|On Demand Webinar|| Chemical Process Development Methods Webinar |
Pharmaceutical and fine chemical companies are under pressure to bring products to market faster, at lower costs and with higher quality. The solutions implemented are based around deliverables in four main areas – deliver a process faster than using traditional methods, at lower cost, and with increased quality and robustness. This can be achieved by learning as much as possible about the nature of the chemical process under development as early as possible.
|Sep 23, 2013|| Flow Chemistry & Continuous Processing |
The presentation provides an update on flow chemistry with examples of many reactions that have been run under continuous flow conditions, the pros and cons of flow chemistry, which reactions are best suited to flow chemistry and equipment and technology solutions.