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They formulated the differential ·difference equations and solved them successively. The calculations were used to analyze absorption of CO 2 in NaOH solutions. They concluded that, for some reaction conditions, compensating effects of temperature on rate constant and solubility would make the absorption rate independent of heat effects. Mann and Moyes III developed an approximate film theory to describe gas absorption and interfacial temperature behavior under very exothermic conditions. They used the theory to analyze their own experimental data for the sulfur trioxide-dodecylbenzene system.
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Some reactions, such as hydrodesulfurization, hydrocracking, and coal liquefaction are known to be highly exothermic. No analysis of such reactions in the presence of a significant temperature gradient in the liquid phase is presently available. If the heat of solution is negligible, at steady state the heat balance at the catalyst surface would give (2-95) where f:1H r is the heat of reaction and K s and lis are the liquid-solid mass- and heat-transfer coefficients. This equation can be used to estimate the temperature at the catalyst surface and its effect on the effective reaction rate.
Gas-liquid-solid Reactor Design by Yatish T. Shah