Applications with keyword: Scientific literature

Application L1901

Pobitra Halder, Sazal Kundu, Savankumar Patel, Adi Setiawan, Rob Atkin, Rajarathinam Parthasarthy, Jorge Paz-Ferreiro, Aravind Surapaneni, Kalpit Shah
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 105 (2019) 268-292

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    Pobitra Halder, Sazal Kundu, Savankumar Patel, Adi Setiawan, Rob Atkin, Rajarathinam Parthasarthy, Jorge Paz-Ferreiro, Aravind Surapaneni, Kalpit Shah
    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 105 (2019) 268-292

Application L1802

Epoxidation reactions with in-situ formed percarboxylic acids were enhanced by heterogeneous catalysis and optimized with respect to product yield. The authors concluded that “SpinChem RBR, was beneficial, in terms of eliminating mass transfer limitations, it enabled a simpler collection and recycling of the catalyst and minimized mechanical wear of the solid catalyst”.

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    Adriana Freites Aguilera, Pasi Tolvanen, Shuyana Heredia, Marta González Muñoz, Tina Samson, Adrien Oger, Antoine Verove, Kari Eränen, Sebastien Leveneur, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola, Tapio Salmi
    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 57 (2018) 3876-3886

Application L1801

Degradation of the pharmaceutical compound ibuprofen by ozone, was optimized in batch type reactors with and without zeolite based heterogeneous catalysts. The rotating bed reactor technology increased the concentrations of dissolved gas compared to traditional stirred tank reactors and allowed convenient handling of the catalyst particles without any filtration.

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    Soudabeh Saeid, Pasi Tolvanen, Narendra Kumar, Kari Eränen, Janne Peltonen, Markus Peurla, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola, Andreas Franz, Tapio Salmi
    Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 230 (2018) 77-90

Application L1706

This scientific minireview highlights that “one-pot multi-catalysis reactions is a revolutionary tool for multistep synthesis” and that “reaction engineering is indispensable to further advance biotransformation processes”. The authors concluded that “advanced reactor design such as … the SpinChem reactor, could also enhance cascade biotransformation processes”.

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    Shuke Wu, Zhi Li
    ChemCatChem, 10 (2018) 2164-2178

Application L1705

A comprehensive review of biocatalysis covering how the recent advances in engineering of enzymes, substrates, media and reactor design contributes to a sustainable chemistry development. The authors wrote that SpinChem® RBR technology “combines the advantages of a stirred tank with those of a packed bed” thus giving benefits by “circumventing mechanical attrition of the biocatalyst” while “mass transfer is greatly accelerated”.

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    Roger A. Sheldon, John M. Woodley
    Chemical Reviews, 118 (2018) 801–838

Application L1704

A tutoral review taking a holistic approach to the engineering of biotransformations utilising isolated enzymes. The authors highlighted SpinChem® RBR technology benefits and wrote; “… in addition to protecting the biocatalyst from shear forces caused by the stirrer, it greatly accelerates mass transfer, thus affording substantially higher reaction rates and creating the possibility to use much smaller reactors”.

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    Roger A. Sheldon, Pedro C. Pereira
    Chemical Society Reviews, 46 (2017) 2678-2691

Application L1703

A traditional stirred tank reactor setup was compared to a rotating bed reactor (RBR) for the biocatalytic synthesis of the anti-inflammatory drug (S)-naproxen. Both setups performed well during five repetitive bathes giving an enantiomeric excess of 99% and an isolated yield of 92%, but the RBR was easier to handle and the authors concluded that “… the rotating bed reactor concept can be regarded as a promising option for industrial applications”.

Products: SpinChem® RBR S2
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    M. Aßmann, A. Stöbener, C. Mügge, S. K. Gaßmeyer, L. Hilterhaus, R. Kourist, A. Liese, S. Kara
    Reaction Chemistry & Engineering, 2 (2017) 531-540

Application L1702

A rotating bed reactor containing ion exchange beads was modeled in flower-baffled reaction vessels. It was shown that the baffles are vital for reducing surface vortexes and circular flow within the vessel. The authors concluded that the flow rates through the packed bed and reaction rates tend to increase with deeper baffles.

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    Hilde Larsson, Patrick Alexander Schjøtt Andersen, Emil Byström, Krist V. Gernaey, Ulrich Krühne
    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 56 (2017) 3853-3865

Application L1701

Katarzyna Szymańska, Klaudia Odrozek, Aurelia Zniszczoł, Wojciech Pudło, Andrzej B. Jarzębski
Chemical Engineering Journal, 315 (2017) 18-24

Products: SpinChem® RBR S2
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    Katarzyna Szymańska, Klaudia Odrozek, Aurelia Zniszczoł, Wojciech Pudło, Andrzej B. Jarzębski
    Chemical Engineering Journal, 315 (2017) 18-24

Application L1606

Jochen Wachtmeister, Dörte Rother
Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 42 (2016) 169-177

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    Jochen Wachtmeister, Dörte Rother
    Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 42 (2016) 169-177

Application L1605

Ran Duan, Bo S. Westerlind, Magnus Norgren, Ikenna Anugwom, Pasi Virtanen, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
BioResources, 11 (2016) 8570-8588

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    Ran Duan, Bo S. Westerlind, Magnus Norgren, Ikenna Anugwom, Pasi Virtanen, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
    BioResources, 11 (2016) 8570-8588

Application L1604

Tung Ngoc Pham, Ajaikumar Samikannu, Anne-Riikka Rautio, Koppany L. Juhasz, Zoltan Konya, Johan Wärnå, Krisztian Kordas, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
Topics in Catalysis, 59 (2016) 1165-1177

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    Tung Ngoc Pham, Ajaikumar Samikannu, Anne-Riikka Rautio, Koppany L. Juhasz, Zoltan Konya, Johan Wärnå, Krisztian Kordas, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
    Topics in Catalysis, 59 (2016) 1165-1177

Application L1603

Ikenna Anugwoma, Luis Rujana, Johan Wärnå, Mattias Hedenström, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
Chemical Engineering Journal, 297 (2016) 256–264

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    Ikenna Anugwoma, Luis Rujana, Johan Wärnå, Mattias Hedenström, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
    Chemical Engineering Journal, 297 (2016) 256–264

Application L1602

Jochen Wachtmeister, Philip Mennicken, Andreas Hunold, Dörte Rother
ChemCatChem, 8 (2016) 607-614

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    Jochen Wachtmeister, Philip Mennicken, Andreas Hunold, Dörte Rother
    ChemCatChem, 8 (2016) 607-614

Application L1601

Valerie Eta, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
Carbohydrate Polymers, 136 (2016) 459-465

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    Valerie Eta, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
    Carbohydrate Polymers, 136 (2016) 459-465

Application L1402

A synthesis of N-Boc (2R)-1,4-oxazepane-2-carboxylic acid was developed in 39% yield over seven steps starting from methyl (2R)-glycidate. The key step was a lipase-catalyzed regioselective lactamization performed using SpinChem® rotating bed reactor that simplified work up and recycling of the enzyme.

Products: SpinChem® RBR S3
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    Carl-Johan Aurell, Staffan Karlsson, Fritiof Pontén, Søren M. Andersen
    Organic Process Research & Development, 18 (2014) 1116-1119

Application L1401

Valerie Eta, Ikenna Anugwom, Pasi Virtanen, P. Mäki-Arvelaa, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
Industrial Crops and Products, 55 (2014) 109-115

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    Valerie Eta, Ikenna Anugwom, Pasi Virtanen, P. Mäki-Arvelaa, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola
    Industrial Crops and Products, 55 (2014) 109-115

Application L1301

Hendrik Mallin, Jan Muschiol, Dr. Emil Byström, Prof. Dr. Uwe T. Bornscheuer
ChemCatChem, 5 (2013) 3529-3532

Products: SpinChem® RBR S3
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    Hendrik Mallin, Jan Muschiol, Dr. Emil Byström, Prof. Dr. Uwe T. Bornscheuer
    ChemCatChem, 5 (2013) 3529-3532