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1 REACTOR DESIGN Homogeneous catalytic reactions are usually carried out in either a stirred tank or a tubular reactor. 1, tubular reactors may be of different types. Stirred tank reactors offer a very high degree of back mixing, while tubular reactors lead to plug flow conditions. The concentration of the reactants are uniform throughout the vessel in the case of stirred tank reactor, 37 38 Solid recovery from supersaturated solution Solute recovery Recovery of solids Separation of liquids and purification Separation/recovery of gases Cool or heat fluids Condense vapor to liquid Vaporize liquid Liquid–liquid extractor Nutshe-filter/centrifuge Distillation column Absorption column/scrubber Heat exchanger Condenser Evaporator/boiler Reaction Function Principal Units of a Process Plant Reactor 1.
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