By Aleksej Ivanovič Kostrikin, Mathematiker

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A large part of the problem is the cost, size and inherent unwieldiness of CSTRs. To these we must now add the problem of adequate mixing and heating at feed rates high enough to guarantee a short space time (and therefore a low conversion) in the volume of the reactor. Due to the difficulties of operating differential reactors, users are encouraged to operate in the more user-friendly regime of integral reactors, whose design and operation are easier. This shifts our focus from the easy-to-interpret initial rate data, available from differential reactors, to the rapid and efficient gathering of time-course-of-reaction data using integral reactors.

These requirements exclude most reactor configurations from use in kinetic studies and leave us with the fundamental trio: the BR, the PFR and the CSTR. Other configurations can yield reliably reproducible data but fall short in one way or an other when used for kinetic studies. The preceding discussion is intended to clarify the issues and to define the requirements of a reactor intended for kinetic studies. Gathering kinetic data in an inappropriate reactor configuration and attempting to relate this information to industrial design or to mechanistic studies is not recommended.

1. Alternatively, one can use a PFR, which allows as many space-times to be" sampied as required. 1. Extracting Rates from PFR Data The conversion data from a PFR cannot be collected directly as a function of space time. Instead we have to construct a curve of conversion vs. space time by performing a series of runs in a reactor of fixed length maintained at a constant temperature. Each run is performed at a different feed rate so that different space times are generated. A suitably large collection of such runs provides more and better-spaced points on the X vs.

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