Issue 9, 2021

In situ sensors for flow reactors – a review


The integration of specific sensors into microfluidic reactors and devices is crucial for the optimization of controllable variables such as flow, temperature, energy input (light, microwaves etc.). In this review, we highlight the state of the art for the integration of in situ sensors.

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Review Article
26 Jan 2021
16 Apr 2021
First published
16 Apr 2021
This article is Open Access
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React. Chem. Eng., 2021,6, 1497-1507

In situ sensors for flow reactors – a review

J. Li, H. Šimek, D. Ilioae, N. Jung, S. Bräse, H. Zappe, R. Dittmeyer and B. P. Ladewig, React. Chem. Eng., 2021, 6, 1497 DOI: 10.1039/D1RE00038A

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