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SOLIDS REACTORSSOLIDS REACTORSReactions of solids are typically feasible only at elevated temperatures. High temperatures are achieved by direct contact with combustion gases. Often, the product of reaction is a gas. The gas has to diffuse away from the reactant, sometimes through a solid product. Thermal and mass-transfer resistances are major factors in the performance of solids reactors. There are a number of commercial processes that utilize solid reactors. Reactor analysis…
Don W. Green; Robert H. Perry: Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Eighth Edition. SOLIDS REACTORS, Chapter
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