Small, intensified process equipment is quietly causing a paradigm shift in the way fine chemicals are produced, and the shift toward bulk chemicals is progressing
Traditionally, most students have learned about chemical reactions in laboratories using test tubes, beakers and flasks. Those who have gone on to discover and develop new products have typically done so using these batchwise techniques. This mind-set has continued through the piloting and scaleup phase, so that today, many chemical products are produced batchwise in large, continuously stirred reactors. This paradigm is now being challenged by microreactor technology, whereby
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