Tag Archives: in situ

SERMACS 2012 – Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society

How to do more with less is a consistent theme in today’s chemical development laboratories. Researchers are challenged with how quickly and cost-effectively they can deliver high quality chemical products and the processes used to make them. This in turn has driven a trend in industry to develop and adopt new methods of working, and new techniques to analyze chemical reactions. Continue reading

Polymorph Form Control: Why Care About Seeding and Cooling Rates?

In Situ Monitoring of Supersaturation and Polymorphic Form of Piracetam during Batch Cooling Crystallization

Mark Barrett and others at the University College Dublin (UCD) recently published a paper Continue reading

American Chemical Society (ACS) Flow Chemistry Resources

As I mentioned prior to the 241st American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting and Exposition in Anaheim, there was an Enabling and Optimizing Chemical Reactions in Real Time Flow Chemistry and In Situ Analysis workshop.  Continue reading

Metal Catalyzed Transformations Using In Situ Spectroscopy

Metal Catalyzed Transformations have been a key topic in academic research for a number of years, both for their scientific interest, as well as the large number of reactions that have become important to industry. Continue reading