The choice of operating conditions during a crystallization process directly influences important product attributes such as crystal size, crystal shape and purity. By understanding the crystallization process and choosing the right process parameters, it is possible to repeatably produce crystals of the correct size, shape and purity while minimizing issues downstream such as long filtration times or inadequate drying.
Crystallization literature is filled with examples of how standard crystallization tools have been used to successfully improve both crystal product and process quality. Journals, whitepapers, and webinars from academia and industry help crystallization scientists develop and share new ideas.
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