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Wilfried Hoffmann: How to model reaction mechanisms in elementary steps and benefit from enhanced mechanistic understanding

Scale-up Systems

Wednesday, February 15, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EST)

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This event will discuss chemical reactions where it is beneficial to model the reaction mechanism using elementary steps. Examples will include the competing SN1 vs SN2 mechanism in a nucleophilic substitution, the very exothermic reaction of sodium thiosulfate and hydrogen peroxide and esterification with the detailed mechanism, so that the impact of acid catalysis (pH) can be visualised.  When the entire mechanism is treated as a single reaction, this can lead to erroneous conclusions.  The implications for process scale-up are highlighted.

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