H. Takiyama and K. Ito Production of Organic Fine-Crystalline Particles by Using the Liquid-Liquid Interface in an Emulsion Chemical Engineering & Technology 35
Anti-solvent crystallization is difficult due to high local fluctuations in supersaturation. In order to reduce the local fluctuations in supersaturation and to achieve homogeneous crystallization fields, the utilization of a liquid-liquid interface in an emulsion is discussed. By using the quaternary system of taurine/water/hexane/ethanol, micro-sized taurine crystals were obtained. The operation conditions to obtain the desired crystal shape were clarified.
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