Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU

Reactor for spectroscopic studies

Posted by Radoslaw from Centre Technology Transfer CITTRUResponsive · Innovative Products and Technologies · Germany

Summary of the technology

Novel HT-IRS 01 reactor, with unique characteristics, is dedicated to working in a transmission mode of optical spectroscopy (for example IR spectroscopy). It may be easily combined with mass spectroscopy or gas chromatography.

Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU

Description of the technology

Features and advantages of the invention:

  • Chemical passivity: reactor chamber is made entirely of quartz;
  • Elimination of the undesirable phenomenon of water adsorption and corrosion of the system components;
  • Elastomer seals kept in the low temperature of cooling water; the contact between them and gaseous reagents is almost completely eliminated.
  • Available with a dedicated temperature control unit (option)
  • Tightness of the chamber (10-9 mbar*l/s) allows to vacuum conditions experiments;
  • Sample activation temperatures range (RT- 1000K)
  • Operating temperatures range: 100 - 1000K (liquid nitrogen cooling)
  • Reduced dead volume of chamber reactor, by thick wall quartz fittings (1 cm3). The temperature inside the reactor measured using a thermocouple protected by a quartz tube;
  • Simple disassembly and assembly

Current development status

Working prototypes

Intellectual property status

Granted Patent

Where: Patent Office of the Republic of Poland

Technology Owner

Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU

Technology Transfer Office

Related keywords

  • Optics
  • Optical Technology related to measurements
  • Physical Sciences and Exact Sciences
  • Optical material testing
  • Optical Materials
  • Biology / Biotechnology
  • Chemical Technology and Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Measurements and Standards
  • Measurement Tools
  • Magnetic and superconductory materials/devices
  • catalysis
  • quantitative analysis
  • ir spectroscopy
  • heterogeneous catalysis research
  • transmission mode

About Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU

Technology Transfer Office from Germany

Centre for Technology Transfer CITTRU is a part of Jagiellonian University, whose role is to promote university research, to support innovation and to create cooperation with the business. CITTRU main task is to offer the scientific achievements of the Jagiellonian University in the market by providing legal protection, licensing, sale of intellectual property rights, creation of academic business, coordination of company-ordered research projects, etc. Currently promoted technologies are mainly focused on new materials science, chemistry, pharma and medical technology.

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