Batch and Semi-batch Reactors: Practical Guides in Chemical by Jonathan Worstell

By Jonathan Worstell

Batch and Semi-batch Reactors: functional courses in Chemical Engineering is a cluster of brief texts that supply a centred introductory view on a unmarried topic.

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9 shows such a plot. 1 tabulates the Arrhenius slopes of each polynomial coefficient for ethyl acetate saponification and sucrose inversion. 10 Volume dependency of polynomial coefficients of ethyl acetate saponification. slopes are not activation energies; to convert to activation energies, we need to divide each by R, the gas constant. These slopes show that the β, γ, and δ coefficients depend upon process temperature and that they increase as β , γ , δ. ζ and η also depend upon process temperature, but whether a pattern exists or not is unclear.

Another definition of selectivity is based on the ratio of product formation rate to by-product formation rate, which is called point selectivity. 3 Average selectivity is determined at the end of a reaction. 4 The three main mechanisms for by-product formation are • simultaneous reactions • parallel or concurrent reactions • consecutive linear reactions A-P A-BP A-P B-BP A-P-BP where A represents reactants; P, product; and, BP, by-product. Consider the most general form of the simultaneous reaction mechanism: A 1 B-P A 1 B-BP We will assume, for this example, that, for product formation, α and β are the reaction orders for A and B, respectively, and that, for by-product formation, γ and δ are the reaction orders for A and B, respectively.

5 Ae2E=RT Similar plots and regressions can be made for sucrose inversions done at different temperatures. 6, for sucrose inversion. 9 shows such a plot. 1 tabulates the Arrhenius slopes of each polynomial coefficient for ethyl acetate saponification and sucrose inversion. 10 Volume dependency of polynomial coefficients of ethyl acetate saponification. slopes are not activation energies; to convert to activation energies, we need to divide each by R, the gas constant. These slopes show that the β, γ, and δ coefficients depend upon process temperature and that they increase as β , γ , δ.

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