Electrochemically induced co-crystallisation
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Jaroslaw Mazurek, Crystallics’ Senior Principal Scientist, is co-author of a paper focused on cocrystallization combined with electrochemistry for in situ product removal of carboxylic acids. Proof-of-principle was established using a cinnamic acid and 3-nitrobenzamide co-crystal system. The proposed technology might have a future in the industrial bio-based production of essential “green” building blocks.  

 

The project is a joint partnership between TNO, TU Delft and Crystallics and is a part of a larger co-operation between TU Delft and Crystallics BV in co-crystallization research.  Crystallics’ contribution focused on solving the structure from powder X-ray data collected on a Bruker D8 Advance-AXS system equipped with LynxEye solid state detector. The results proved that co-crystallization is yielding close to 98% of complex and 2% of two cinnamic acid polymorphs. 

 

For further information please refer to the article published in CrystEngComm (Johan Urbanus, C. P. Mark Roelands, Jaroslaw Mazurek, Dirk Verdoes and Joop H. ter Horst, CrystEngComm, 2011, 13, 2817-2819) or contact Jaroslaw Mazurek on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it