The white paper – Rapid Analysis of Continuous Reaction Optimization Experiments – discusses how to successfully optimize chemical reactions. In situ technology provides faster structural information in real time without the need for offline sampling and immediately determines when steady-state conditions are reached. The combination of inline monitoring techniques with an integrated flow system leads to significant time savings when performing optimization studies.
This free white paper looks at how in situ monitoring techniques:
• Provide a non-destructive methodology to access reaction profiling and mechanistic data
• Eliminate repetitive experiments
• Enable in situ analysis and control of chemistry