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Syrris’s Chemistry Workshops Prove Highly Successful
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Syrris’s Chemistry Workshops Prove Highly Successful

Syrris’s Chemistry Workshops Prove Highly Successful
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Syrris’s Chemistry Workshops Prove Highly Successful

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Leading chemistry automation product innovator, Syrris has received extremely positive feedback following its Flow Chemistry and Automated Process Chemistry workshop seminars, held last month in Bangkok, Thailand.

The two seminar streams featured technology overviews, case studies and practical sessions, producing an informative and educational forum.

Following this success, Syrris plans to launch a series of workshops and seminars for its existing users and potential new customers.

Having received in-depth feedback from the delegates, Syrris is delighted to see that the seminars and workshops were extremely well received.

One workshop participant, Dr Paitoon RajataSakhon, Assistant Professor at Chulalongkorn University commented, “The staff were very knowledgeable and extremely friendly. They invited all kinds of technical and theoretical questions, and I found the equipment demonstrations very useful”.

The Flow Chemistry Workshop covered both the theoretical and practical aspects of flow chemistry. It also detailed use for faster, safer and cleaner reactions. Application training on how to adapt established batch chemistry processes to suit a more efficient flow chemistry format was also provided.

The Automated Process Chemistry workshop taught participants how to calculate reaction power and enthalpy, generate real-time kinetic data and understand the safety implications in increasing the scale of a chemical reaction. It also covered new crystallization techniques that enable narrower particle size distribution, cleaner particles and better selectivity of polymorphs.