By Vassilis Inglezakis, Stavros Poulopoulos
Adsorption, Ion trade and Catalysis is largely a mix of environmental technology and chemical reactor engineering. extra in particular, 3 vital heterogeneous approaches, particularly, adsorption, ion alternate and catalysis, are analysed, from primary kinetics to reactor layout with emphasis on their environmental purposes. In bankruptcy 1, the topic of air and water toxins is handled. facts approximately toxins and emission assets are given and the remedy tools are almost immediately awarded. In bankruptcy 2, the very fundamentals and historic improvement of adsorption, ion alternate and catalysis are provided in addition to their environmental purposes. bankruptcy three is dedicated to heterogeneous methods and reactor research. all kinds of reactors are defined intensive and reactor modelling, hydraulics and mass/heat move phenomena are tested for every kind of reactor. Chapters four and five are devoted to adsorption & ion alternate and catalysis, respectively. the elemental rules are provided together with kinetics, equilibrium, mass/heat move phenomena in addition to the analytical recommendations of the reactor types offered in bankruptcy three. within the 6th bankruptcy, the topic of scale up is approached.The Annexes on the finish of the ebook comprise actual homes of gear of environmental curiosity in addition to unit conversion tables. ultimately, approximately the entire examples contained are in accordance with genuine experimental facts present in literature with environmental curiosity. lots of the examples think about all facets of operation layout - kinetics, hydraulics and mass transfer.* offers simple wisdom of significant environmental difficulties and connects them to chemicalengineering
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