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Particle Handling Techniques in Microchemical Processes
AbstractThe manipulation of particulates in microfluidics is a challenge that continues to impact applications ranging from fine chemicals manufacturing to the materials and the life sciences. Heterogeneous operations carried out in microreactors involve high surface-to-volume characteristics that minimize the heat and mass transport resistances, offering precise control of the reaction conditions. Considerable advances have been made towards the engineering of techniques that control particles in microscale laminar flow, yet there remain tremendous opportunities for improvements in the area of chemical processing. Strategies that have been developed to successfully advance systems involving heterogeneous materials are reviewed and an outlook provided in the context of the challenges of continuous flow fine chemical processes.
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Flowers, B.S.; Hartman, R.L. Particle Handling Techniques in Microchemical Processes. Challenges 2012, 3, 194-211.View more citation formats
Flowers BS, Hartman RL. Particle Handling Techniques in Microchemical Processes. Challenges. 2012; 3(2):194-211.Chicago/Turabian Style
Flowers, Brian S.; Hartman, Ryan L. 2012. "Particle Handling Techniques in Microchemical Processes." Challenges 3, no. 2: 194-211.
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