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Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Design: Second Edition, Revised and Expanded

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Title: Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Design: Second Edition, Revised and Expanded
Author: John B. Butt
ISBN: 0824777220 / 9780824777227
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 752
Publisher: Marcel Dekker
Year: 2000
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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This long-awaited, revised and updated reference/text combines a thorough description of the origin and application of fundamental chemical kinetics through an assessment of realistic reactor problems with an expanded discussion of kinetics and its relation to chemical thermodynamics. Provides exercises of gradiating difficulty that range from simple applications of equations and concepts developed in the text to open-ended situations drawing on creative thinking! Adds a host of worked-out illustrations and a notation list after each chapter, reinforcing important concepts! Retaining the careful organization and logical progression of ideas that characterized the first edition, the Second Edition of Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Design clarifies chain and polymerization reactions in greater depth contains new material on microbial and enzyme kinetics and adsorption-desorption theory streamlines the presentation of the derivations arising from the kinetic theory of gases addresses transport effect in catalytic reactions explains gas–solid noncatalytic reactions covers the development of two-phase reactor theory based on plug flow, mixing cell, and dispersion models introduces theory and design of fluid slurry and trickle beds examines catalyst deactivation phenomena, ion exchange, and chromatographic reactors and more!

Including over 1450 equations for developing rational chemical reactor designs and analysis models, the Second Edition of Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Design is an excellent reference for chemical, mechanical, petroleum, plant, process, civil, and design engineers, and an ideal text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.

Apparent Reaction Kinetics in Homogeneous Systems
The Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions in Homogeneous Phases
The Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions on Surfaces
Introduction to Chemical Reactor Theory
Modeling of Real Reactors
Thermal Effects in the Modeling of Real Reactors
Reactions in Heterogeneous Systems
Multiphase Reactors
Some More Unsteady-State Problems

 
 
 
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