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<emphasis role="bold">LIQUID-LIQUID REACTORS</emphasis>
<emphasis role="bold">LIQUID-LIQUID REACTORS</emphasis>Much of the thinking on gas-liquid reactors is also applicable to liquid-liquid reactors. The liquids are usually not miscible, and the transport of reactants can determine the specific reaction rate. Liquid-liquid reactors require dispersion of one of the liquid phases to provide sufficient interfacial area for mass transfer. This can be achieved by the use of static mixers, jets, or mechanical means such as in a CSTR.In a stirred tank, either liquid can be made continuous by charging that liquid first, starting the agitator, and introducing the liquid to be dispersed. For other rea…
Don W. Green; Robert H. Perry: Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Eighth Edition. LIQUID-LIQUID REACTORS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008 1997 1984 1973 1963 1950 1941 1934), AccessEngineering Export