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  1. Isomer Treatment by Additive Application in the Liquid Stage as Known from Industrial Crystallization

    Franziska Kreißig, Christian Schäfer, Elodie Verdurand and Joachim Ulrich

    Article first published online: 24 APR 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ceat.201400673

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    The principle of additive usage in crystallization was exploited to enhance the stability of dissolved all-trans astaxanthin (AXT), which is in high demand for feed supplementation. A variety of substances/factors triggers the isomerization and/or degradation of AXT. Application of an additive in solution provides the AXT-employing industries with a tool to improve their production economics.

  2. Axial Dispersion and Heat Transfer in a Milli/Microstructured Coiled Flow Inverter for Narrow Residence Time Distribution at Laminar Flow

    Safa Kutup Kurt, Marius Gerrit Gelhausen and Norbert Kockmann

    Article first published online: 24 APR 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ceat.201400515

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    A microstructured coiled flow inverter offers a behavior close to a plug-flow reactor in terms of residence time distribution (RTD) at laminar flow regimes. Experimental characterization of the RTD for such tubular reactor or static mixer allowed for developing a novel microreactor concept, the so-called short helical alternating reactor capillary which provides efficient heat transfer with narrow RTD.

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