Concentration and Mixing Effects on the Production of Amine Hydrochloride Salts in a Confined Impinging Jet Reactor
Poster May 15, 2013
Navid F. Ershad, Archie Eaglesham, Don H. Jones and Suzanne M. Kresta
Chemical precipitation from reactive solutions requires reactants to be mixed at smallest length scales to form fine particles. A Confined Impinging Jet Reactor (CIJR) was used to produce aminehydrochloride (AHC) salts which are by-products of a desired reaction sequence in manufacture of polyurethanes.This work investigates the effect of mixing intensity (flowrate) and local concentration (reactant concentration) on the formation of AHC salts.
It has become increasingly important for chemists and analysts to be able to test and determine the various components that may be present in mixtures, to solve a wide variety of scientific problems. NMR spectroscopy has emerged as a powerful, non-destructive analytical technique for this.READ MORE