Authors: Grühn, Julia
Burke, Inga
Neuhaus, Nadine
Kockmann, Norbert
Title: Investigations on selectivity of gas-liquid reactions in capillaries
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: Biocatalysis offers a broad spectrum of possible ecological and economic advantages over conventional chemical catalysis processes, e.g., lower energy consumption and high enantio selectivity. The focus of this work is on gas-liquid reactions. These are of great importance in the chemical and biochemical industry and subject of current research since they are often limited by mass transfer or show low selectivity. Different suitable biocatalytically gas-liquid reaction systems were tested in capillary reactor designs in order to obtain information about the interaction between reaction and fluid mechanics. Furthermore, an optical measuring method was established. The experiments were performed in batch mode in a glass beaker with a flow cuvette for UV/Vis measurement of product concentration.
Subject Headings: Coiled flow inverter
Gas-liquid reaction
Michaelis-Menten kinetic
Taylor flow
Subject Headings (RSWK): Mikroreaktor
Issue Date: 2020-02-06
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