Microchemical Engineering in Practice

Microchemical Engineering in Practice

Editor(s): Thomas R. Dietrich

Published Online: 16 AUG 2010

Print ISBN: 9780470239568

Online ISBN: 9780470431870

DOI: 10.1002/9780470431870

About this Book

Microchemical Engineering in Practice provides the information chemists and engineers need to evaluate the use of microreactors, covering the technical, operational, and economic considerations for various applications. It explains the systems needed to use microreactors in production and presents examples of microreactor use in different chemistries, including larger scale production processes. There are guidelines on calculating the costs and the risks of production using continuous flow microreactors. Complete with case studies, this is an essential guide for chemists and engineers interested in investigating the advantages of chemical microreactors.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Introduction

  2. Part II: Microfluidic Methods

    1. Chapter 6

      Separation Units (pages 131–163)

      Asterios Gavrlllldls and John Edward Andrew Shaw

  3. Part III: Peripheric Equipment

  4. Part IV: Microreaction Plants

    1. Chapter 14

      Process Intensification (pages 325–347)

      Michael Matlosz, Iaurent Falk and Jean-Marc Commenge

  5. Part V: Applications

    1. Chapter 17

      Photoreactions (pages 385–402)

      Teijiro Ichimura, Yoshihisa Matsushita, Kosaku Sakeda and Tadashi Suzuki

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