Elements of Chemical Reaction ering 4th Ed - H. Scott Fogler 57

Elements of Chemical Reaction ering 4th Ed - H. Scott Fogler 57

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Chap. 1 Sun?mary 25 SUMMARY Each chapter summary giles the Lcy points of the chapter that need to be remembered and carried into succeeding chnpters. I. A more balance on species j. uh~ch enters. leaves, reacts. and accumuIntea in a system volume F: is c dN F,"-F,+/ sfl==i (51-I) dr Ik nndon1.v iJ: the contents of the reactor are well mixed, then a mole balance (Equation S 1- 1 1 on specie? A grves 2. The kinetic rate law for r, is: Solely a function of properties of reacting materials and mactirm cond~tions (a.g., concentration [activities], temperature, pressure, catalyst or solvent [if any11 The rate of formation of species j per unit volume (e.p., molls~dm'l An intensive quantity
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Unformatted text preview: Ii.e. . it does not depend an the total amount) An algebraic equation. no? a differential equation (e.g., -rA = kc,. -rq = kc:) For homogeneous catalytic systems. typical units of -5 may be gram moles per second per liter: for heterogeneous systems, typical units of $ may be gram moles per second per gram of catalyst, By convention, -rF, is the n t e of disappearance of species A and r, is the rate of formation OF species A. 3. Mole balances on species A in four common reactors are as FoIlow~: TABLE S-I SUM~~IARV OF REACTOR MOLE BALAYCES Reacror Mole hrlunce Cornnwnr Diflerenrrd firm A!srhrrrir f i r m Intqroi Fnrrlr CSTR No spatid variations. - steady state Steady state PBR Steady state...
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