December 2013 Issue
A significant new use rule tightly focuses on a particular product.
Technique offers non-invasive temperature mapping of reaction conditions
Base-level analysis reveals potential savings of $1.5 million annually.
British expert introduced and championed key concepts to avoid accidents.
A number of common mistakes can sabotage success
Reusable, environmentally friendly materials capture large organic molecules.
Approach can be applied to the production of existing or new pharmaceuticals.
Keeping several do's and don'ts in mind can help.
Chemical plants face ongoing challenges to increase their efficiency and profitability.
Readers help sort out a sulfonation in shambles.
A variety of content garnered particular attention
Developments bolster the appeal of disposable equipment for making biopharmaceuticals
Selecting the most-appropriate heads for a shell-and-tube unit is crucial.