Publication: HTE in Catalysis and Materials Science

High Throughput Experimentation in Catalysis and Materials Science

Authors: Alvaro Gordillo, Sven Titlbach, Cornelia Futter, Michael L. Lejkowski, Eko Prasetyo, Luis T. Alvarao Rupflin, Timo Emmert, Stephan A. Schunk

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. 1–19

High-throughput experimentation (HTE) in catalysis and materials science has become a mature technology since the late 1990s. The reasons for the success of HTE are the potential of increased R&D efficiency, which allow shortening of experimental periods, quick systematic insights, and finally faster time-to-market. Key elements of HTE technology are parallelization, fast sequential execution of experimental operations, and implementation of highly automated hardware and software components into HTE.

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