Chemical and Catalytic Reaction Engineering
Designed to give chemical engineers the background they need for managing chemical reactions to achieve specific goals, this text examines the behavior of chemical reactions and reactors; conservation equations for reactors; heterogeneous reactions; fluid-fluid and fluid-solid reaction systems; heterogeneous catalysis and catalytic kinetics; diffusion and heterogeneous catalysis; and analyses and design of heterogeneous reactors. References and Problems after most chapters.
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Behavior of Chemical Reactions
Behavior of Chemical Reactors
3JO Nonisothermal Reactor Performance
Conservation Equations for Reactors
Behavior of Global Rate
GasLiquid and LiquidLiquid Reaction Systems
FluidSolid Noncatalytic Reactions
Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Kinetics
Diffusion and Heterogeneous Catalysis
Isothermal Yield for MacroporousMicroporous Catalysts
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