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Biocatalysis | Enzymatic Catalysis

Highly Selective, Active Catalysts Supporting Novel, Sustainable Chemistry

Technology for Biotcatalysis

Applications

Chemical Synthesis
Producing Quality, Economically-Viable Molecules

Chemical synthesis occurs when two or more molecules are combined to form a product molecule that possesses specific properties. There are numerous examples of chemical synthesis that results in important products for the pharmaceutical, polymer, fine and bulk chemical industries. To achieve optimized yield, quality, safety and cost metrics, chemical synthesis requires a thorough understanding of the kinetics and thermodynamics of the underlying chemistry, as well as carefully controlled and monitored reaction conditions.

Chemical Synthesis

Chemical synthesis occurs when two or more molecules are combined to form a product molecule that possesses specific properties. There are numerous examples of chemical synthesis that results in important products for the pharmaceutical, polymer, fine and bulk chemical industries. To achieve optimized yield, quality, safety and cost metrics, chemical synthesis requires a thorough understanding of the kinetics and thermodynamics of the underlying chemistry, as well as carefully controlled and monitored reaction conditions.

Publications

Webinars

Solid-Liquid Separations in Bioprocesses
This webinar reviews the application of in situ PAT to understand the flocculation mechanism in bioprocesses, and how the real-time measurement of par...
Professor Robson Storey - University of Southern Mississippi
Real-time in situ mid-infrared monitoring of polymerization reactions involving isobutylene and styrene is the focus of this presentation. Professor R...
Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions Monitoring
Biocatalysis, also known as enzymatic catalysis, is the use of enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions. Enzymes offer several advantages over tradition...
Enzymatic Esterification Conversion Prediction
This online seminar focuses on the implementation of FTIR-based online analytics in the production of fatty acid esters. A new process using Novozym 4...

White Papers

Next Steps in Enzymatic Catalysis
Biocatalysis, also known as enzymatic catalysis, is the use of enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions. Enzymes offer several advantages over tradition...
Understand and Control Bioprocesses
Inline process analytical technology increases yield and product quality and improves the understanding of bioprocesses. Our white paper discusses the...

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