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Colloidal Aggregation

Colloidal Aggregation

Colloidal Aggregation. FDSC400. Goals. Aggregation rate Interaction potentials Electrostatic repulsion Van der Waals attraction DVLO theory Steric repulsion. Second order reaction (fast kinetics):. Aggregation Rate. or. 2P P 2. Smoulokowski Kinetics.

By dayo
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Piseth Som

Piseth Som

Applications of Fenton and Fenton-like Reactions with Subsequent Hydroxide Precipitation for Derusting Wastewater Treatment. Piseth Som. Master Program in Chemical and Environmental Engineering 07 January 2014. Outline. Background and Problems Rational and Importance

By maalik
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E2 Reactions

E2 Reactions

E2 Reactions. E2 = elimination, bimolecular Reaction is concerted (one step) Rate = k[substrate][base] (a second order process) E2 can occur with S N 2. Occurs by abstraction of H + from a C adjacent to the C with the LG. Products follow Zaitsev’s Rule.

By satya
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Isothermal Reactor Design – Part 2

Isothermal Reactor Design – Part 2

Isothermal Reactor Design – Part 2. Pressure Drop In Reactors. Design a PBR. In case of 2nd order rxn , gas phase , isothermal . mole balance rate laws stoichiometry combination. Need to relate pressure drop to catalyst weight (in order to determine conversion). Design a PBR.

By bertha
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Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics. Chapter 14 AP Chemistry. Chemical Kinetics. Kinetics – the area of chemistry concerned with the rate (or speed) of a reaction. Kinetics vs. Thermodynamics Applications: Medicine, Chemical Engineering. Reaction Rate Factors. Physical state of reactants Surface area

By yorick
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Reaction Rates (Chapter 13)

Reaction Rates (Chapter 13)

Reaction Rates (Chapter 13). Take a sample reaction; A + 3 B  2 C Rate is measured as the disappearance of starting material, or the appearance of product. Average Rate. – D [A]. 1. – D [B]. 1. D [C]. rate = . =. =. D t. 3. D t. 2. D t. [A] f – [A] init. average rate = .

By heller
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Substitution Reactions – S N 1

Substitution Reactions – S N 1

Substitution Reactions – S N 1. Recall that the following reaction does not proceed via an S N 2 mechanism. The electrophilic carbon atom is too sterically crowded for the nucleophile to attack it. For this type of substrate, the reaction proceeds by a different mechanism, an S N 1 mechanism. .

By velika
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