Chapter 13: Additively Manufactured Advanced Flow Reactors for Enhanced Heat and Mass Transfer
Published:18 Sep 2019
O. Okafor, R. Goodridge, and V. Sans, in Flow Chemistry
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The employment of additive manufacturing is emerging as a powerful tool to generate continuous-flow reactors for applications in catalysis, synthesis, biology and analytics. This has led to a plethora of reports about multiple applications, and techniques to generate the devices and materials. Here, we review the latest applications described for advanced reactors, where heat and mass transfer considerations have been considered through advanced mixing features.