Electrochemical process engineering: a guide to the design of electrolytic plant

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Plenum Press, Feb 28, 1995 - Science - 312 pages
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The authors offer a practical guide to designing an electrolytic plant. Using the basic principles of chemical engineering, they describe the procedures for the design and optimization of such a plant. Procedures are explained in a clear manner and can be performed by readers new to the electrochemical field. The authors include numerous worked examples and emphasize the use of reaction, reactor, and process models. This volume is designed for undergraduate and graduate students in science and engineering as well as for the practicing chemist and chemical engineer.

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Contents

Introduction to Electrochemical Engineering
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Aspects of Mass and Heat Transfer and the Energetics
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Rate Processes and Reaction Models
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