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“…Therefore, in-line analytical instruments such as an FTIR spectrometer as presented by Ładosz et al 36 are ideally positioned downstream of flow calorimeters. 8 For further kinetic investigations without in-line analytics, the thermal conversion X thermal can also be determined approximately if the reaction enthalpy is known. Here the measured reaction heat flux is set in relation to the reaction heat flux at complete conversion, as shown in eq 9:…”
Section: ■ Classification Of Calorimetersmentioning
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“…Therefore, in-line analytical instruments such as an FTIR spectrometer as presented by Ładosz et al 36 are ideally positioned downstream of flow calorimeters. 8 For further kinetic investigations without in-line analytics, the thermal conversion X thermal can also be determined approximately if the reaction enthalpy is known. Here the measured reaction heat flux is set in relation to the reaction heat flux at complete conversion, as shown in eq 9:…”
Section: ■ Classification Of Calorimetersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The classification of calorimeters can be performed according to different criteria. , Depending on how the heat exchange between the reactor and its surrounding is realized, three basic operation modes can be named: isothermal, adiabatic, and isoperibolic. It is important to mention that these modes represent ideal cases.…”
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“…Chemical reactor design requires thorough knowledge of thermodynamics, hydrodynamics, and the dynamics of the chemical process itself 1. Thus, fundamental knowledge of interaction between reaction kinetics and hydrodynamics is demanded.…”
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