CEP: October 2008

Brevity is the soul of wit. What better way to sum up what editors do and why we do it? It has been one of my favorite sayings since the first time I heard it from my high school English teacher...

Find Mixing Success through Failures - Part 1

Fluids and Solids Handling
David S. Dickey, Gary K. Patterson
Understanding when and why mixing fails in the laboratory is often the only way of avoiding a similar failure in a production-scale reactor.

Form Nanoparticles via Controlled Crystallization

Reactions and Separations
Robert J. Fisher, Thomai Panagiotou
This continuous bottom-up approach allows precise control of the crystallization process to achieve size, distribution and quality goals, as well as realize the benefits of process intensification.

A Strategy for Excellence in Process Development

Process Development
Vaibhav V. Kelkar, Lionel O'Young
Here is how to integrate overall process development activities and identify practices that facilitate commercial process development.
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