Miniaturized Reactors in Combinatorial Catalysis and High-Throughput Experimentation
Keywords:Chip reactor, Combinatorial catalysis, High-throughput experimentation, Microchannel reactor, Miniaturization
AbstractDifferent approaches to study the advantages and challenges of miniaturized reactor systems for combinatorial catalysis and high-throughput experimentation are presented. These are a parallel microchannel reactor, a chip-based 'single microchannel' reactor, a monolithic reactor acting as multichannel reactor, and a chip reactor design for liquid-phase processes. These developments are discussed in detail regarding their design, manufacturing and corresponding catalyst preparation issues. A number of applications are explained in conjunction with the description of a system for spatially resolved high-throughput analytics.
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T. Zech, P. Claus, D. Hönicke, Chimia 2002, 56, 611, DOI: 10.2533/000942902777680009.
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