Elements of Chemical Reaction ering 4th Ed - H. Scott Fogler 34

Elements of Chemical Reaction ering 4th Ed - H. Scott Fogler 34

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Mole Balances Chap. 1 Fwd Wer Sham Ftgurt 1-1 Manufacture of phthalic anhydride. The Chemical Reaction Engineering {CRE) principles learned here can also he applied in areas such as waste trearment. microelectronics. nanoparti- cles and living syrtems in addition to the more traditional areas of the manu- facture of chemicals and phamaceutica1s. Some of the exainples that illustrate the wide application of CRE principles are shown in Figure 1-2. These exam- ples include modeling smog in the L.A. basin (Chapter I), the digestive system of a hippopotamus (Chapter 2), and molecular CRE (Chapter 3). Also shown is the ~nanufacture of ethylene glycol (antifreeze), where three of the most
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Unformatted text preview: common types of industrial reactors are used (Chapter 4). The CD-ROM describes the use of wetlands to degrade toxic chemicals (Chapter 4). Other examples shown are the solid-liquid kinetics of acid-rock interactions to improve oiI recovery (Chapter 5 1: pharrnacokinetics of cobra bites and of drug delivery (Chanter 6): free radical scavengers used in the design of motor oils (Chapter 7), enzyme kinetics. and pharmacokinetics (Chapter 7): heat effects, runaway reactions, and plant safety (Chapters 8 and 9); increasing the octane number of gasoline (Chapter 10): and the manufacture of computer chips (Chapter 12)....
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