This presentation is Part 1 of a series focused on recently published, and yet unpublished research, using ReactIR as a key analytical technology to support research.
Two case studies are presented:
- Reactions of Synthetic [2Fe-2S] and [4Fe-2S] Clusters with Nitric Oxide and Nitrosothiols
- Spectroscopic Determination of Hydration Rates and Intermediates during Carbonyl Hydrogenation Catalyzed by Shvo’s Hydroxycyclopentadienyl Diruthenium Hydride Agrees with Kinetic Modeling Based on Independently Measured Rates of Elementary Reactions
Paul Scholl has over 15 years’ experience with FTIR real-time in situ reaction analysis and supports companies in the development and safe scale-up of processes. He is currently a Senior Account Manager at METTLER TOLEDO.