FLUID–FLUID REACTORS


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FLUID–FLUID REACTORS
FLUID–FLUID REACTORSIndustrial fluid–fluid reactors may be broadly divided into gas–liquid and liquid–liquid reactors. Gas–liquid reactors typically may be used for the manufacture of pure products (such as sulfuric acid, nitric acid, nitrates, phosphates, adipic acid, and other chemicals) where all the gas and liquid react. They are also used in processes where gas-phase reactants are sparged into the reactor and the reaction takes place in the liquid phase (such as hydrogenation, halogenation, oxidation, nitration, alkylation, fermentation, oxidation of sludges, production of proteins, biochemical oxidations, and so on). Gas purification (in which relatively small amounts of impurities such as CO2, CO, COS, SO2, H2S, NO, and…
Citation
Dr. Don W. Green; Dr. Marylee Z. Southard: Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, 9th Edition. FLUID–FLUID REACTORS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2019), AccessEngineering Export