Introduction to techniques and tips on equipment setup
20 Minute Webinar
In this webinar we discuss the benefits of crystallisation as a tool for product isolation, versus other common techniques.
We look at the methods of performing crystallisations used by chemists, with examples, including cooling, anti-solvent, pH adjustment and reactive crystallisations. We also discuss the Metastable Zone (MSZ) and use of phase diagrams.
Finally, we discuss what equipment is most effective for performing crystallisations along with some tips to improve your crystallisation processes.
Key learning objectives
1. Crystallisation is an ideal method of product isolation
2. Different methods of crystallisation
3. Tools to facilitate crystallisation processes
Who should attend?
1. University Researchers
2. R&D, CRO, CRMO, CDO, Drug discovery chemists
3. Process & Scale Up Chemists
I studied at the University of Bristol where I earned a Masters in Chemistry. I joined Radleys after working as an organic chemist in industry for over three years. My role as Product Manager is to look after all things Heidolph, Huber, Reactor-Ready and AVA: from sales, marketing and technical support to being out in the field doing installs, or with our sales team spreading the word about the benefits of our products.
I joined Radleys in 2007 as a Technical Sales Specialist, my job has changed over the years through Product Management, UK Sales Manager, and International Territory Manager for Europe, Russia and Africa. I am now the Global Sales Manager, responsible for both the UK and International sales teams and business.
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