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Versatile gas/liquid microreactors for industry.

Chambers, R. D. and Fox, M. A. and Holling, D. and Nakano, T. and Okazoe, T. and Sandford, G. (2005) 'Versatile gas/liquid microreactors for industry.', Chemical engineering & technology., 28 (3). pp. 344-352.


The design, fabrication, use and scale-out of versatile, multi-channel gas/liquid microreactors, which are suitable for both laboratory and industrial syntheses, are described. Direct fluorination reactions of diethyl malonate and Meldrum's acid using the new microreactor technology were studied to demonstrate the viability of the device for carrying out gas/liquid processes, particularly when using potentially hazardous materials.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:ISI:000227933900013
Keywords:Gas-Liquid systems, Industrial chemistry, Microreactors.
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Record Created:05 Apr 2007
Last Modified:08 Apr 2009 16:29

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