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Syrris Invites Scientists to Benefit from Free Flow and Automated Process Chemistry Workshops
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Syrris Invites Scientists to Benefit from Free Flow and Automated Process Chemistry Workshops

Syrris Invites Scientists to Benefit from Free Flow and Automated Process Chemistry Workshops
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Syrris Invites Scientists to Benefit from Free Flow and Automated Process Chemistry Workshops

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Building on last year’s success, Syrris is again inviting scientists to attend a free program of flow chemistry and automated process chemistry workshops and seminars, which will be held at the Dinslaken premises of German distributor YMC Europe GmbH, between the 21st and 25th of May.

Delegates attending the flow chemistry workshop will acquire an understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of flow chemistry - including reaction optimization - and learn how the technique can provide faster, safer and cleaner reactions.

Participants will also receive specialist application training, enabling them to adapt established batch chemistry processes to suit a more efficient flow chemistry format.

The automated process chemistry workshop provides scientists with an opportunity to learn how to calculate reaction power and enthalpy, generate real-time kinetic data, and understand the safety implications of increasing the scale of a chemical reaction.

New crystallization techniques that enable narrower particle size distribution, cleaner particles and better selectivity of polymorphs will also be demonstrated.

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