Micro Reaction Calorimetry: Applications for the Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industry | AIChE
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Micro Reaction Calorimetry: Applications for the Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industry

When it comes to micro reaction calorimeter, could there be applications beyond scale-up and reaction calorimetry itself you’re not aware of? Join this sponsored webinar to gain a greater understanding of micro reaction calorimetry, including the measuring principle and its diverse range of applications for thermal characterization.

Whether you have little experience with calorimetry or you’re an existing user, you’ll gain a  valuable and complete overview of what micro reaction calorimetry can offer. You’ll discover that a micro reaction calorimeter is also a scanning calorimeter, an isothermal calorimeter (sensitive enough for stability studies), a properties calorimeter (for heat of solution, mixing and specific heat capacity) and an isothermal titration calorimeter. You’ll be presented with data from all µRC experimental modes. You’ll learn how to use data to calculate the temperature rise from the total heat, mass and heat capacity. You’ll understand how micro reaction calorimetry data does not represent the entire runway scenario and serves as a screening role. In addition, you’ll learn how to quantify heats of reaction and gas generation and determine heat capacity. 

This sponsored webinar addresses process safety, carbon capture, thermal stability and much more while illustrating the versatility and flexibility of micro reaction calorimetry in facilities like yours.  

You’ll learn:  

  • How micro reaction calorimetry can accomplish the tasks of a large volume calorimeter, more quickly, simply and safely 
  • The wide range of applications for thermal characterization and how to take advantage 
  • The focus of reaction calorimetry: To measure heat from desired reactions at set reaction conditions (e.g. isothermal temperature). 
  • How gas flow and hydrogenation options further extend the capabilities of micro reaction calorimetry

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