The polymerization reaction and material properties of polymers can be strongly influenced by adding pigments, co-polymers and fillers. Nanomaterials can be used as they exhibit greater deviating influences on polymer properties than their macro counterparts. Glass transition of amorphous regions interacts with semi-crystallin polymer sections. This can, e.g., form components with high temperature resistance, but also better ductility properties. Investigating the influence on the polymerization properties, e.g. reaction speed or chemically induced glass transition (vitrification), is necessary for research purposes. The TORC allows live reaction monitoring with analysis of reaction speed, and kinetic and sample changes by refractive index.