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Conference
24-06 – 29-06
2018
Newry, US
Crystal Engineering

This is the fifth GRC dedicated to Crystal Engineering. The 2018 GRC follows highly successful meetings in 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2016 each of which was attended by ~140 participants from around the world. This GRC will be accompanied by a Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) on "Applications and ...

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Course
25-09-2018
Frankfurt am Main, DE
Crystallization Symposium 2018

Crystallisation Process Development and Scale-up Seminar and Networking Event

This event is for scientists who are interested in learning about applications and case studies in the area of crystallisation process development and scale-up in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and fine chemical industries. Leading R&D crystallisation scientists will discuss their approaches to ...

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Conference
08-09 – 11-09
2020
Potsdam, DE
21st International Symposium on Industrial Crystallisation

The conference 21st International Symposium on Industrial Crystallisation takes place from 09/08/2020 to 09/11/2020 in Potsdam, Germany.

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Webinar
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Designing Continuous Crystallization Platforms

A continuous crystallization platform was developed that allowed Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) to be applied in situ via the use of novel flow cells. This crystallization platform was used to develop the anti-solvent crystallization of benzoic acid from aqueous ethanol solution. 2, 3 The ...

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Specific Heat Capacity Determination

The specific heat capacity (cp) is an important, temperature-dependent material property and is often specified in material data sheets. It can be conveniently and reliably measured by DSC. The specific heat capacity is a key property for improving technical processes such as injection molding, ...

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Flash DSC 1

Flash DSC is a novel technique, a quantum leap in DSC technology that opens up new frontiers. The Flash DSC 1 revolutionizes rapid-scanning DSC thanks to its ultra-high heating and cooling rates. The state-of-the-art instrument can easily analyze reorganization and crystallization processes which ...

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Calibration Free Supersaturation Assessment - Crystallization

Development and scale-up experiments are performed in a 100ml and 1L scale automated laboratory reactors. These laboratory reactor platforms, used in conjunction with PAT technologies, are used to develop and optimize the crystallization of both an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) and ...

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Novel Continuous Crystallization Configurations

Continuous manufacturing has been well developed in the food and chemical industries. However, batch operation is still the most common method used in the pharmaceutical industry. In pharmaceutical production, continuous crystallization process has potential advantages over batch crystallization, ...

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Continuous Preferential Crystallization

Access to enantiopure feedstocks of chiral molecules remains a challenge in both the fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Strategies involving asymmetric synthesis have dominated recent efforts. However, broader application of physical techniques, such as preferential crystallization, ...

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Eliminating Micronization Using Fine Particle Crystallization

This presentation discusses the anti-solvent crystallization of an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) that was studied with a view to potentially eliminating the need for subsequent micronization. In-process monitoring enabled in-depth process characterization. The mode of anti-solvent ...

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