Integration and Optimization of a 3D Printed Continuous Flow Reactor in an Inorganic Complexation Reaction

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Integration and Optimization of a 3D Printed Continuous Flow Reactor in an Inorganic Complexation Reaction, Is A Well-Researched Topic, It Is To Be Used As A Guide Or Framework For Your Research.

Abstract

Current inorganic lab setups do not allow students to use time in the lab
efficiently and does not allow students to do repeat runs of reactions due to time and material restraints. By implementing a 3D printed continuous flow reactor into the experiment students would be able to redo experiments in class without creating large amounts of waste, all while using a system that was created on campus at a reasonable price. It was found that a mixing chamber with an isobaric design created an environment that allowed complete mixing before reaching a point at which measurements are taken.

Table of Contents

Abstract…………………………………………………………page 1
Acknowledgements……………………………………………..page 2
Introduction……………………………………………………..page 3
Methods…………………………………………………………page 5
Results and Discussion………………………………………….page 10
Conclusion………………………………………………………page 20
Points of Further Research……………………………………….page 21
References……………………………………………………….page 22

Introduction

A standard inorganic lab runs for three and a half hours. During this time
students and expected to do calculations for the experiments they are running, measure out the chemicals needed, and run the experiments, all while making sure to fill out their lab notebooks with their entire procedure. If they happen to make a mistake or the experiment goes wrong, there is often not enough time in the lab time block for the experiment to be ran through again. Along with that, the amount
of chemicals needed to run the reactions creates a large amount of hazardous waste, this usually means that each student is only able to run the reactions once to keep the waste created to a minimum. This can lead students leaving lab not knowing what they were supposed to be doing and with incorrect results. On top of this, there is only a single professor in the lab, and with all the students running long experiments it makes asking questions difficult for students since the professor is always busy.

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Author

Calli Burnell

No of Pages

24

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