497 Reaction Engineering in Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Franciscan A (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Description:
This session will involve contributions which detail the application of innovative reaction engineering to impact processes for manufacturing low volume, high value chemicals typically seen in the pharmaceutical and fine chemicals industry. Submissions on multiphase reaction engineering, reaction engineering of heat and mass transport limited systems, reaction kinetics of complex systems, novel reactor designs, flow chemistry, green synthetic methodologies, and scale-up aspects are encouraged.

Sponsor:
Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division

Chair:
Gaurav Giri
Email: ggiri@mit.edu

Co-chairs:
Anuj A. Verma
Email: anuj.verma@abbvie.com

Wayne Blaylock
Email: dwblaylock@dow.com


9:10 AM
(497c) Experimental and Model Aided Approach for Development of High Pressure Direct Asymmetric Reductive Amination Reaction
Shujauddin M. Changi, Tohru Yokozawa, Tetsuya Yamamoto, Hikaru Nakajima, Matthew C. Embry, Radhe K. Vaid, Sze Wing Wong, Martin D. Johnson and Eric D. Moher

9:30 AM
(497d) Kinetics and Mechanistic Understanding of the Difluoromethyl Alkylation of Hydroxychromenone
Daniel D. Caspi, Anuj A. Verma, Eric M. Phillips and Shashank Shekhar

10:30 AM
(497g) Dynamic Resolution for Separation-Free Enantiomeric Purification in Flow
Andrew Teixeira, Saurabh Shahane, Nopphon Weeranoppanant and Klavs F. Jensen
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