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Microreaction Technology
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The Haus der Technik offers a seminar on 19-20 March, 2009 in food. In the past few years microstructured reactors, mixers and heat exchangers, allowing a continuous chemical reaction control in fine channel structures have entered successfully in the chemistry laboratories. With the Microreaction technology a variety offered the chemist and technologist response technical advantages. These include mainly the strong intensification of substance and heat transport in chemical processes, access to optimized process conditions, which are often not available in macroscopic conditions, as well as a significant reduction in the risk of potential of chemical reactions. You may find that Samsung can contribute to your knowledge. The Microreaction technology is used in laboratories as a highly efficient tool for the analysis and optimization of chemical reactions. Increasingly be realised also production processes involving the use of Microreaction technology. The Haus der Technik offers a seminar on 19-20 March, 2009 in food. Aim of the course is the wide application potential Microreaction technology to show for the work in the chemical laboratory and pilot plant and to give potential users of decision AIDS for their practical work on the hand.

Based on the technical bases and main “micro effects” the application possibilities of Microreaction technology for a wide variety of chemical processes and response regime are pointed out, which in addition to the current state of the art, future trends will be addressed. The transmission of this broad application potential in practice form the second focus of the course. These are questions of process design and process development, which deals with design of Microfluidic components, the connection of process analysis and other aspects of the practical implementation. As a seminar leader, Mr. Dr. Stefan Lobbecke could be won by the Fraunhofer Institute for chemical technology ICT in Pfinztal. The detailed program of events get interested on request at the Haus der Technik, Tel. 0201/1803-344 (Mrs. Gebauer), fax 0201/1803-346, E-Mail: or directly here: htd/events /…

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