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5th Winter Process Chemistry Conference & Exhibition

SiliCycle attends the 5th Winter Process Chemistry Conference & Exhibition in Manchester (UK)
December 11th - 13th, 2018

Manchester Conference Centre
Manchester (United Kingdom)

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Winter Process Chemistry Conference

Organized by Scientific Update, the 5th Winter Process Conference will consist of presentations from international chemists covering all aspects of Process Development.

The speakers will discuss the latest issues in synthetic route design, development and optimisation, reactor design, work up and purification, crystallisation, process engineering, hazard studies, and quality and regulatory issues.
The presentations will be either from speakers within the chemical industry or academics with a strong link to industrial process development so the material presented will be of particular relevance to all chemists and engineers in industry as well as graduate students considering a career in industry.

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