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Heterogeneous Catalysis in Industrial Practice
Heterogeneous Catalysis in Industrial Practice

Author: Charles N. Satterfield

ISBN: 9781575240022

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    Chain Reactions and Catalysis(29.7-9) Chain reactions are common to chemistry and primarily involve free radicals. From our earlier discussions, what looked like a simple reaction: H 2 g Br2 g 2 HBr g had an unexpectedly complicated rate law: 1 d HB

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    Sec 16.5 The Effect of Temperature on Reaction Rate Temperature often has a major effect on reaction rate. In fact for many reactions near room temperature, an increase of 10C causes a doubling or tripling of the rate. In other words, temperature

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