What is a CSTR, and more importantly, how does a CSTR work and why should you care?
For St Patrick’s Day we celebrate the world’s first nitro beer – thanks to mathematician – turned – brewer, Michael Ash, who joined the Guinness team back in 1951.
We give you some basic information on what a Schlenk Line actually is, how it is used, and share some fantastic open-access resources on how to get the best out of this essential piece of laboratory equipment.
Some applications require more than a standard vessel, which is why in this blog post, we’ll look at when you might need a bespoke reaction vessel.
Hotplates in the laboratory pose risks such as burns, electrical shocks, fires, and other hazards. Therefore, we have put together this guide of ten safety tips and best practices for using hotplates in a laboratory.
Manufacturing APIs with continuous flow reactors provides several critical benefits over batch reactors – read on to find out more.
“Green” chemistry is an approach that aims to reduce or eliminate pollution and specifically uses chemicals and processes that are sustainable and have minimal hazardous impact on the environment. By
Flow chemistry is a very interesting paradigm in the modern lab. It involves the induction of chemical reactions by pumping solutions through tubing at controlled flow rates. Unlike batch chemistry,
Photochemistry is one such area that could reap enormous benefits from continuous-flow reactors. Likewise, flow chemistry at large can be enhanced using integrated LED photoreactors. This blog post will explore the benefits of adding a photoreactor to your flow setup.
Pressure reactors play a vital role in lab-scale and industrial syntheses alike by enabling reactions to be carried out at extremely high-pressures. In this blog post, we explore the basics