Optimize Your Process Control of Olefin Isomerization
Published on 04-17-202303:16 PM by
a_borsuk| Updated on 04-17-202303:17 PM
Optimizing olefin isomerization typically involves time-consuming testing of both intermediate and final product. The unavoidable delay between sampling and process changes using traditional chromatographic methods fails to eliminate the need for post-production adjustments and can even result in batch loss.
In this webinar, Tiffany Adkins, Quality Manager at Aurorium, will explain how fast, specific Raman spectroscopy improved her manufacturing quality and reduces product loss. She will discuss her phased implementation approach to Raman and lessons learned, the simplicity of quantitative method development and future use cases for the technique.
Elena Hagemann, Metrohm USA Spectroscopy Product Specialist, will give an overview of Raman spectroscopy and explain how the fundamentals of this technique make it well-suited for specialty chemicals and formulated products.
Key Learning Objectives:
Discover how Raman spectroscopy gives quicker results than most other analytical technologies, leading to better response time to process variations
Gain understanding on how Raman spectroscopy can be utilized to quantify the isomerization content in olefins via the variation in present double bonds
Learn about overcoming implementation challenges in Raman Spectroscopy by showcasing different challenges, the approach to find solutions and the key learnings that will ease the implementation of Raman spectroscopy
Who Should Attend:
Those in the chemical industry, both specialty chemical and final product manufacturers looking to increase production quality and efficiency
Production and QA managers of all industries seeking solutions to get actionable data faster
Product development chemists seeking to design products for quality and manufacturability
Researchers looking for Raman measurement solutions for a variety of materials
Process development engineers and scientists looking for upstream/development solutions that can scale with production
Brought to you by:
Tiffany Adkins Quality Manager Aurorium
Elena Hagemann Spectroscopy Product Specialist Metrohm USA
Kelly McSweeney Contributing Editor C&EN Media Group