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Universität Erlangen – Pure Enantiomers at High Yields

Last updated 989 days ago by Albert Verver


NL GUTS Group of Users of Technology for Separation in the Netherlands


20140409 Universität Erlangen (DE) – Sebastian Nimmig – “Pure Enantiomers at High Yields by Integrating Chromatography, Isomerisation Reaction and Membrane Filtration”

The Research Group Integrated Separation Processes at Erlangen studies hybrid separation processes. Where conventional chromatographic separation of enantiomers has limited yield, combining the conversion of the E2 to the desired E1 with chromatography increases the yield dramatically, but in dilute solvents. Adding NF results in a low solvent consumption while recovering high purity product.

From different process configurations the one with best yield and performance could be selected, implemented as an integrated process and tested on industrial compounds. www.tvt.cbi.uni-erlangen.de/forschung/integrated-processes.shtml


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