The implementation of chemical reactions in continuous mode under microfluidic conditions by the use of microreactors is a very attractive alternative to the traditional batch and semi-batch mode currently used for chemical synthesis. The fine control of the stoichiometry, kinetics and thermal exchange of the reaction, as well as the easy scale up, low physical space demand for installation/operation and the easy implementation of in-line analysis techniques for in process controls approach the laboratory development to a reproducible, robust, safe, cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable chemical process.

Microreactors: New opportunities in chemical synthesis

Ginoble Pandoli O;
2014-01-01

Abstract

The implementation of chemical reactions in continuous mode under microfluidic conditions by the use of microreactors is a very attractive alternative to the traditional batch and semi-batch mode currently used for chemical synthesis. The fine control of the stoichiometry, kinetics and thermal exchange of the reaction, as well as the easy scale up, low physical space demand for installation/operation and the easy implementation of in-line analysis techniques for in process controls approach the laboratory development to a reproducible, robust, safe, cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable chemical process.
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