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Schulz+Partner GmbH, Germany

Since 1995 we deliever plants and components on the field of thermal processes engineering. - Planning and construction of processing systems for thermal liquid separation of temperature-sensitive products - Development of processes in the areas of distillation-crystallisation-rectification-absorpt more

SensoTech GmbH, Germany

The SensoTech GmbH is the expert of analysis and optimization of processes in liquids. The company develops, manufactures and merchandises worldwide inline measuring devices for detection of concentrations, density, phase changes and reactions in liquids. The analytical systems "LiquiSonic" increase more

Berthold Technologies GmbH & Co KG, Germany

Berthold Technologies has been involved in process measurement technology since 1949. We are an internationally active company with over 300 employees. Berthold Technologies Process Control division offers one of the most comprehensive product lines for non-contact monitoring of industrial process more

Products Crystallization

Expanded Process Understanding with In Situ Raman Spectroscopy

ReactRaman from METTLER TOLEDO is a probe-based, Raman spectroscopy instrument that can monitor crystallization processes, and reveal reaction mechanisms and kinetics in single or multiphase systems. more

An Easy Continuous Crystallisation Technology for the Production of API with the Desired Attributes

Facilitating the crystallisation process by eliminating the need for seeding and micronisation step Enabling the production of API with the desired crystal attributes without post-processing more

Real-Time Microscopy of Crystals, Particles and Droplets

ParticleView real-time microscopy is an easy-to-use PAT tool that records high resolution images of particles and particle structures. more

News Crystallization

  • Cellular powerplant recycles waste gases

    Carbon monoxide is a very poisonous gas. Humans die within minutes when they inhale it. However, some microorganisms tolerate carbon monoxide and even use it to breathe and replicate. Knowledge about how these bacteria survive opens a window into the primeval times of the earth and the origin of lif more

  • Painting with crystals

    Semiconductors made of organic materials, e.g. for light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and solar cells, could replace or supplement silicon-based electronics in the future. The efficiency of such devices depends crucially on the quality of thin layers of such organic semiconductors. These layers are creat more

  • Chemistry breakthrough could speed up drug development

    Scientists have successfully developed a new technique to reliably grow crystals of organic soluble molecules from nanoscale droplets, unlocking the potential of accelerated new drug development. Chemistry experts from Newcastle and Durham universities, working in collaboration with SPT Labtech, hav more

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Videos Crystallization

Watching water freeze: Ice Crystal Growth Time-Lapse

Every winter, snow and ice makes roads slick in cold climates. This phenomenon is ages old, but to gain a deeper understanding of how ice crystals forms, scientists have been working on new ways to watch crystals grow in real time. more

“Perfect Glass”

Princeton University researchers have developed a computational model for creating a "perfect glass" that never crystallizes — even at absolute zero. The molecular structure of a glass suggests it should have liquid properties, yet it behaves with the rigidity of a solid. The researchers expande ... more

Pulling Apart Titanium Oxide Surfaces

Researchers slowly pull apart tiny bits of a titanium oxide mineral called rutile. The red dots near the top show the starting point. As the bottom half is pulled down, the top half stays attached by van der Waals forces -- until, that is, the pull becomes too great. The tips are about a thousan ... more

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Infographics Crystallization

The Shapes of Snowflakes

In the Northern Hemisphere at least, the idealised vision of Christmas involves snow. Whilst no one snowflake is exactly the same as another, at least on a molecular level, scientists have none-the-less devised a system of classification for the many types of crystals that snow can form. This graphi more

National Chemistry Week

In this graphic, we look at the amazing versatility of sucrose, and how (combined with other ingredients) it can make candies as hard as lollipops, or as soft as fudge. Whilst there are a huge variety of candies available, we can actually divide them into just two main categories: crystalline and no more

The Chemistry of Ice Cream

Ice cream is a mainstay of summer – for many, a trip to the beach would be incomplete without one. Despite its seeming simplicity, ice cream is a prime example of some fairly complex chemistry. This graphic takes a look at some of the ingredients that go into ice cream, and the important role they p more

Publications Crystallization

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q&more articles Crystallization

  • The Beginning of the End?

    Those of us who have been either directly involved in, or on the periphery of, the pharmaceutical industry over the last decade have seen at first hand a dramatic change. Times change, and technology changes. Take computer data storage for example. Not so long ago, the floppy disk was state of the art, replaced by the CD-ROM, and then by the USB drive. more

Definition

Crystallization

Crystallization Crystallization is the (natural or artificial) process of formation of solid crystal s from a uniform solution . Crystallization is also a chemical solid-liquid separation technique, in which mass transfer of a solute from the ... more

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