The Super Serpentine Reactor employs a length of tubing that is weaved onto a plastic platen using a cross stitch pattern. The pattern employed ensures the maximum number of changes in direction in 3-D space possible. By forcing the flowing fluid to make rapid changes in direction it is possible to significantly improve the mixing patterns achievable in a flowing stream. This phenomenon has been employed in knotted reactors and the Super Serpentine Reactor provides a measure of rigidity and predictability to the reactor. Use of the Super Serpentine Reactor will increase radial dispersion while minimizing axial dispersion. In fact, it is possible to actually reduce axial dispersion compared to a straight length of tubing by using the Super Serpentine Reactor.