Endproducts and fine chemicals - LCVT

Prof. Dr. Andreas Jess, Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Bayreuth, in the future of his science, ethics and the question of how much earth needs man. Only available in german language.
Graduates in demand, which may be part of a diploma or PhD thesis in the context of an industrial cooperation are want to deal with various problems of chemical engineering. If you are interested please contact us immediately to get information about current offers.
Together with Peter Wasserscheid from the chair of chemical reaction engineering at the university of Erlangen/Nuremberg Andreas Jess published the textbook "Chemical technology - An Integrated Textbook" in february 2013.

Research topic:

End products and fine chemicals

Main publication in the research topic:

Etzold, B., Jess, A., Nobis, M.: Epimerisation of Menthol Stereoisomers: Kinetic studies of the heterogeneously catalysed menthol production. Cat. Today (2009) 130, 30 - 36.

Etzold, B., Jess, A.: Heterogeneously Catalysed Epimerisation of Menthol Stereo­isomers - an Instructive Example to Account for Diffusion Limitations in Complex Reaction Networks. Chem. Eng. & Techn. 31 (2008), 1282 - 1289.

Etzold, B., Jess, A.: Epimerisation of Menthol Stereoisomers Part 1: Studies for the Intrinsic Kinetics of the Heterogeneously Catalysed Menthol Production. Chemistry Today, Vol. 26 (May/June 2008) 3, 21 - 24.

Etzold, B., Jess, A.: Epimerisation of Menthol Stereoisomers Part 2: Enhancements by Operation a Continuous Presaturated one Liquid Flow Reactor. Chemistry Today, Vol. 26 (July/Aug 2008) 4, 13 - 18. 

Etzold, B.; Jess, A.: Kinetische Studien zur katalytischen Epimerisierung von Menthol Diastereomeren. Chem. Ing. Techn. 79 (2007) 9, 1301.

Peter, S.; Datsevich, L.; Jess, A.: Kinetics of catalytic hydrogenation of b-ionone and application of a presatured one-liquid flow reactor for the production of fine chemicals. Applied Cat. A Gen. 286 (2005), 96 - 110.