Process Analytics in the Chemical Industry

  • Karl Heinz Koch
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Abstract

The role of analytics has become of increasing importance in all economic fields and therefore also in the chemical industry according to changing needs and market requirements and is subjected to continuous change (see Sect. 1.3). The methodical and instrumental developments enable today a closed monitoring of process chains and lead to the inclusion of analytics in the entire development, production and marketing course of a company.

Keywords

Biomass Sugar Fermentation High Performance Liquid Chromatography Starch 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Karl Heinz Koch
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  1. 1.DortmundDeutschland

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