The Sonocrystallization Process - compression and rarefaction - Syrris


Discover how sonocrystallization works, its uses in industry, and the technology available to enable chemists to perform sonocrystallization chemistry.


An image demonstrating the sonocrystallisation process
Demonstrating the sonocrystallisation process of clustering, nucleation, and crystal growth
The Sonocrystallization Process - compression and rarefaction - Syrris
The sonocrystallization process - compression and rarefaction
Crystallisation and Sonocrystallisation reproducibility - Syrris
A graph demonstrating sonocrystallisation reproducibility
The images and graph above demonstrate the effect sonomilling had on Sorbitol
Sonocrystallisation sonomilling of Sorbitol Graph - Syrris
A graph showing the particle size and distribution of Sorbital using sonomilling
By increasing and reducing the power of the ultrasound, you still cannot get all the power to be within the desired range across the entire vessel
A diagram showing the even, constant ultrasound power bands provided by the SonoLab SL10 Sonocrystallizer
A sonocrystallization graph showing even ultrasound distribution using the SonoLab SL10 Sonocrystallizer with a Syrris Atlas HD Crystallization jacketed reactor
  • What technology is available to help chemists perform crystallization monitoring and control?

    Chemists have a range of tools available to them for performing, monitoring, and controlling crystallization chemistry. Syrris systems offer a range of solutions to the problem of crystallization monitoring and control.

    Crystallization monitoring and control with Atlas HD Crystallization

    Atlas HD Crystallization is an intelligent and automated jacketed reactor system that offers a turbidity probe for monitoring the crystallization process, and the innovative SonoLab module to perform sonocrystallization or sonomilling techniques. The system can also integrate a Lasentec FBRM probe for particle size analysis.

    Using the Syrris Atlas HD Crystallization system for your crystallization studies offers various benefits, including;

    • Fully automated synthesis – Intelligent solvent additions and temperature control are made easy with the Atlas Software allowing easy meta-stable zone analysis
    • Sonocrystallization – crystallization with narrow particle size distribution and polymorph control – See the Sonocrystallisation Applications page or the Atlas HD Sonolab system
    • Excellent temperature control using sophisticated PID temperature control
    • Extremely narrow particle distribution, improved polymorph selectivity, and complete control of nucleation