DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Handbook of Industrial Crystallization. Edition No. 3" book has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Learn from the experts about industrial crystallization in this third edition of a widely regarded classic that has been completely revised to reflect the latest developments in the field. New chapters on crystal nucleation, molecular modelling application, and precipitation and crystallization of pigments and dyes are included, as well as completely revised chapters on crystallization of proteins, crystallizer selection and design, control of crystallization processes, and process analytical technology. Richly illustrated with 150 new diagrams and photographs, and with dozens of practical hands-on examples, this is an ideal introduction for newcomers, and serves as an excellent reference for experienced professionals covering aspects of industrial crystallization in a single, complete volume.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Solutions and solution properties Jennifer Moffitt Schall and Allan S. Myerson;
2. Crystals and crystal growth Alfred Y. Lee, Deniz Erdemir and Allan S. Myerson;
3. Crystal nucleation Deniz Erdemir, Alfred Y. Lee and Allan S. Myerson;
4. The influence of impurities and additives on crystallization Lucrce Hlne Nicoud and Allan S. Myerson;
5. Molecular modeling applications in crystallization Keith Chadwick, Jie Chen, Erik E. Santiso and Bernhardt L. Trout;
6. Crystallization process analysis by population balance modeling ke C. Rasmuson;
7. Selection and design of industrial crystallizers Herman J. Kramer and Richard Lakerveld;
8. Precipitation processes Piotr Karpiski and J. Badyga;
9. Melt crystallization Joachim Ulrich and Torsten Stelzer;
10. Crystallizer mixing: understanding and modeling crystallizer mixing and suspension flow Daniel A. Green;
11. Monitoring and advanced control of crystallization processes Zoltan K. Nagy, Mitsuko Fujiwara and Richard D. Braatz;
12. Batch crystallization Piotr Karpiski and Jerzy Baldyga;
13. Crystallization in the pharmaceutical industry Simon N. Black;
14. Crystallization of proteins Peter G. Vekilov;
15. Crystallization in foods Richard W. Hartel;
16. Precipitation and crystallization of pigments Lars Vicum, Marco Mazzotti and Martin Iggland.
- Allan S. Myerson Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Allan S. Myerson is Professor of the Practice of Chemical Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor Myerson's research focuses on separations processes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry with an emphasis on crystallization from solution, nucleation, polymorphism and pharmaceutical manufacturing. Professor Myerson has received a number of award including the American Chemical Society Award in Separations Science and Technology (2008), the AIChE Separations Division Clarence G. Gerhold Award (2015) and the AICHE Process Development Division Excellence in Process Development Research Award (2015).
- Deniz Erdemir. Deniz Erdemir is a Principal Scientist at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS). Dr Erdemir's research focus lies at the drug substance/drug product interface with emphasis on crystal polymorphism and design of materials via particle engineering to enable robust drug products. She has published twelve papers and she is the inventor on two US patents.
- Alfred Y. Lee. Alfred Y. Lee is an Associate Principal Scientist in the Department of Process Research and Development at Merck & Co., Inc. Prior to his current position, Dr Lee was a Principal Scientist at GlaxoSmithKline PLC. Dr. Lee's scientific interests are in the area of crystal engineering, crystallization process development, materials characterization, polymorphism, and the physical chemistry of solids.
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