microreactor


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microreactor

[¦mī·krō·rē′ak·tər]
(chemical engineering)
A microsystem for chemical and biochemical reactions, including separation, fluid handling, and unit operations of chemical engineering, as well as analytical systems. Its small reaction volumes and high heat and mass transfer rates allow for precise adjustment of process conditions, short response times, and defined residence times, resulting in greater process control and higher yields and selectivity.
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Dillert y otros cuatro autores, The nature of chlorine-inhibition of photocatalytic degradation of dichloroacetic acid in a Ti[O.sub.2]-based microreactor, doi: 10.1039/c4cp01043d, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16(28), 14867-14873 (2014)
Reaction Calorimetry in Microreactor Environments Measuring--Heat of Reaction by Isothermal Heat Flux Calorimetry.
These systems are often very small, that is, down to microreactor scales of a few milliliters.
Luo, "Determination of kinetic parameters of dehydrochlorination of dichloropropanol in a microreactor," Chemical Engineering Journal, vol.
3D printers are not hard to find, and printing one microreactor at a time takes about an hour.
Syringes A and B were pumped through a 10 [micro]L glass microreactor heated to 190[degrees]C with a combined flow rate of 4 [micro]L/min.
Project 2 deals with the formation of nanocatalyst system which comprised of catalyst support and catalyst that uses a microreactor for urea formation.