Reactive Crystallization and Recrystallization for Energetic Material
Matthew Jorgensen of Nalas Engineering highlights the development of reactive crystallization and recrystallization for a highly insoluble energetic material. Details of the recrystallization method used in the process are discussed.
This webinar presents practical examples and case studies in reactive crystallization and recrystallization in industry. Join the over 500 researchers who have already viewed this presentation.
Topics discussed include:
- Identifying Reactive Crystallization
- Identifying Mass Transfer Limitations on Slurry to Slurry Reaction
- Overcoming the Inclusion of Starting Material
- Getting the Correct Morphology with High Purity through Recrystallization Design
Who Should View This Webinar?
Chemists and Chemical Engineers interested in crystallization process design in the Pharmaceutical, Chemical, and Consumer Products Industries as well as in Academia.
Matthew Jorgensen is the Director of Engineering at Nalas Engineering. He received his BS in Bio-Chemistry at Connecticut college, and MS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island. Matthew joined Nalas in 2010 after working for 13 years at Pfizer. At Nalas, he leads a team of chemical engineers who leverage kinetics, thermodynamics, and modeling to develop process understanding and optimization for successful scale-up.