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Hessel, Volker / Borukhova, Svetlana

Microreactor Networks

Series:De Gruyter Textbook

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    To be published:
    September 2018
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    978-3-11-045185-6
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    Overview

    • The performances of multi-scale networks are investigated considering the selectivity of catalytic reactions and synthesis.
    • Step-by-step multi-step process design (case study).

    Aims and Scope

    Part I- Micro reactors and reaction networks

    a) Fundamentals of micro-flow - design & operation & features & derived benefits
    b) Process windows - possibilities & challenges
    c) Challenges in modern multistep synthesis
    d) Types of reaction networks and compartmentalization
    e) Learning curves from nature - metabolic pathways in the bioassembly line

    Part II- Micro reactor networks for diverse fields

    1) Specialty-chemical and medicinal synthesis
    a) Integration of reactors to reactors
    b) Integration of reactors to separation
    c) Integration of reactors to analytics

    2) Homogeneous catalysis
    a) Integration of reactors to separation (for metals and products)
    b) Reaction-separation recycle loops

    3) Bio flow synthesis
    a) Integration of reactors to separation
    b) Integration of reactors to analytics

    4) Polymerizations
    a) Di- and triblock copolymer networks
    b) Hetero-atom insertion and end-capping networks
    c) Flash-chem cationic polymerization networks

    5) Micro/nano particle synthesis - metal and polymers
    a) Integrated seed-addition/electrochem. activation/growth/polymer capping
    (pure metals, core-shell, janus, decorated, alloy, urchin)

    b) High-T quantum dots: integrated cold mixing/preconditioning - high-T zone

    Part III- Process view on micro reactor networks

    a) Step-by-step multi-step process design (master class/case study)
    b) Industrial applications (including smart-scaled continuous networks)
    c) Sustainability aspects - LCA and costs

    Part IV- Future of micro reactor networks

    a) Conclusions and expected merging with other innovations
    b) Scale-up and Industrial applications (including smart-scaled continuous networks)

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    Volker Hessel, Svetlana Borukhova, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

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