Authors:Matthew Simmons, Charlotte Wiles, Vincent Rocher, M. Grazia Francesconi and Paul Watts
The preparation of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles within microreactors is reported. The proportion of γ-Fe2O3 and Fe3O4 in the sample was determined, an important parameter for reproducibility in applications.
Authors:Kevin Watts, Alastair Baker and Thomas Wirth
Different electrochemical microreactors for continuous flow synthesis are described in this review. Advantages of flow over batch type chemistry are highlighted as well as novel developments in construction of such devices.
Authors:Sergio Rossi, Maurizio Benaglia, Alessandra Puglisi, Christian Filippo and Michele Maggini
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For some recent selected books and reviews: (a) Microreactors in
Authors:Ekaterina S. Borovinskaya, Vladimir M. Uvarov, Frank Schael, Dimitry A. de Vekki and Wladimir Reschetilowski
be reached through additional micromixing using flow microreactor techniques. Microreaction technology is already known for causing process intensification in multiphase catalytic reactions [ 13 – 15 ]. Owing to the short diffusion paths due to
Microreactor technology, more recently branded flow chemistry, is an emerging technique that enables those working in research and development to rapidly screen reactions utilizing continuous flow, leading to the identification of reaction