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Inorganic synthesis

Inorganic synthesis


Fertilizers and phosphoric acid have played a leading role in the history of TAMI. Work in these fields has allowed us to develop and adapt new technologies in the field of inorganic chemistry R&D. The Inorganic Chemistry department can help you in fields such as the beneficiation of ores and raw materials, liquid-liquid extraction, ion-exchange processes, membrane separation and crystallization techniques. We also have teams specializing in advanced ceramics and powder technology.

Unlike organic synthesis, inorganic reactions are usually simple (acid/base, redox, precipitation, etc.) and the main challenges of an inorganic process and product development are the physico-chemical properties of the product, the reaction parameters and the separation and purification stages. All types of inorganic manipulations can be performed in our labs, at up-to the pilot scale, with all types of inorganic raw materials (acids, bases, salts, metals, etc.), from the initial idea to full process design.