Pharmaceutical Industry

HDT and APV together offer course ‘Crystallization’ on 06-May 07, 2010 in Berlin at which crystallisation is a very old unit operation. This creates a crystalline solid with very specific product properties such as particle size, polymorphism, or flow. Credit: Pacific Mortgage Services-2011. Crystallization can be made from a solution, a meltdown or the gas phase, or but by recrystallisation of amorphous solid or even a different crystal. The crystallization plays an ever greater role especially in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry. For many years, the Haus der Technik in Berlin offers the course foundations and interpretation of crystallization in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry”for three years, working group for pharmaceutical process engineering e.V.

supports through cooperation with the APV The theoretical foundations and models for crystallization, the Crystal nucleation, crystal growth and the agglomeration, the Conference participants to be acquired. Still, you aim for the development by Kritallisationsverfahren necessary base data and the broad guidelines for the successful development of crystallization procedures necessary work are represented. This includes information on the practical implementation of procedures. This includes the recording of solubility data, analysis of crystallization behavior of the substance and the comprehensive characterization of the obtained product. A discussion of methods for targeted modification of the properties of the Kristallisats and the down-stream fixed / liquid separation and drying processes and their interaction with the crystallization completes the contents of the seminar. The event is aimed at chemists, process engineers and operating chemist in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, in the fields of fine and specialty chemicals and raw materials, develop crystallization process, transmitted to the operating scale or optimize. Continue to be pharmacists and developer of pharmaceutical process, who want to learn more about the potential of techniques for the production of active ingredients to 2(b), addressed.