Supersaturation is the driving force for all crystallizations from solution. Supersaturation is the fundamental parameter that impacts the outcome of crystallization processes, such as chemical purity, polymorphic content, crystal dimension and shape, and batch to batch consistency of the product. A science based design and control of a solution crystallization process requires quantification of supersaturation throughout the crystallization process.
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Your online presenter is Dr. Jian Wang. Dr. Jian Wang was a Senior Research Fellow at Merck Research Laboratories where she accumulated 11 years of process R&D experience with effective contributions to successful development and scale-up of a wide range of synthetic and isolation processes. Her technical expertise encompasses reaction engineering and catalysis, crystallization, real-time analytics, and particle technology.