iC Kinetics provides a faster way to optimize chemistry. iC Kinetics offers better insight in fewer experiments and makes analyzing different experimental conditions easier.
Columbia, MD (PRWEB) June 16, 2010
The study of chemical kinetics investigates the influence of various experimental parameters on the rate of a chemical reaction, and gives information which helps the understanding of the reaction mechanism. iC Kinetics software provides a fast, graphical way to describe the characteristics of a chemical reaction and optimize chemistry. The kinetic model created by the software can be used to simulate the effect of concentration and temperature parameters on the performance of the reaction. This data is generated in fewer experiments than using a traditional approach, leading to a faster way to understand and optimize your chemistry.
“iC Kinetics software provides a faster way to optimize chemistry, “ commented Nilesh Shah, D2i Program Manager at METTLER TOLEDO, “iC Kinetics offers better insight in fewer experiments and makes analyzing different experimental conditions easier. “
With iC Kinetics, you can optimize reactions faster, study process robustness, understand catalyst performance, and analyze reaction driving forces. The iC Suite of software products support METTLER TOLEDO in situ spectroscopy for reaction monitoring, particle system characterization, precise reactor and reaction calorimetry. iC software integrates your entire experimental workflow making it simple to visualize, interpret and report your results.
To learn more about how iC Kinetics software helps chemists and chemical engineers to quickly optimize chemical reactions, view the online seminar - Reaction Progress Kinetic Analysis: A Powerful Methodology for Streamlining the Study of Complex Organic Reactions.
METTLER TOLEDO provides the enabling technology, software and people that can help build a seamless workflow to translate bench scale chemistry into a commercial process. For more than 20 years, our enabling tools and services have been a strategic resource providing critical information for thousands of development scientists and engineers. Companies have used that knowledge to accelerate the discovery, development and scale-up of new chemical processes spanning the chemical and biopharmaceutical industries.