Covering a range of topics, this volume presents crystallization of po lymorphs and the problems encountered in the separation of chiral comp ounds by selective crystallization, as well as aspects of the crystall ization of amino acids, proteins, and pharmaceuticals. The introductor y section includes state-of-the-art research on secondary nucleation, the mechanism for crystallization of proteins, kinetics of impurity ef fect on growth, and crystal morphology prediction. Other topics includ e the use of high-pressure crystallization in industrial processes, pr ecipitation cases for organic and inorganic compounds, precipitation p rocesses by antisolvents, fast reaction precipitation, and isoelectric precipitation.Then our experimental work on the effect of pretreatment of seed crystals will be discussed. ... Under such conditions crystallization of the seeded isomer does not change the supersaturation of the unseeded isomer, so that spontaneousanbsp;...
|Title||:||Separation and Purification by Crystallization|
|Author||:||G. D. Botsaris, Ken Toyokura|
|Publisher||:||Amer Chemical Society - 1997-01-01|