Process Spectroscopy Course

16 January 2018 09:00 - 18 January 2018 16:00, Northampton, United Kingdom


Introduction
The course is jointly presented by CPACT and Clairet Scientific.

Process Analysis is an integral part of process optimisation, process
control and performance monitoring. Rapid analytical measurements are increasingly required in industry to monitor progress of a reaction, know when the end-point of a process has been reached, check reaction kinetics, detect impurities or control blending, granulation, etc. All these activities and many more require timely qualitative and quantitative information. This can
often be provided through at-line, on-line, in-line or non-invasive application of molecular spectroscopy techniques.

The course provides an introduction to molecular spectroscopy through a series of presentations and practical exercises/demonstrations on process spectroscopy techniques, including NIR, MIR, UV-visible, Raman spectrometries. Developments in complementary process analysis procedures based on light induced fl uorescence spectrometry, mass
spectrometry, NMR spectroscopy and acoustic measurements will also be described. Emphasis will be given to the practical application of spectroscopy to process analysis.
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Venue
Clairet Scientific Limited, Northampton

Clairet Scientific Limited, Northampton, Moulton Park Industrial Estate, Northampton, NN3 6AP, United Kingdom

Organised by
Centre for Process Analytics and Control Technology (CPACT) and Clairet Scientific Limited
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