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Chemical reactor analysis and applications for the practicing engineer.


Chemical reactor analysis and applications for the practicing engineer.

Theodore, Louis.

John Wiley & Sons


575 pages




Retired now after teaching chemical engineering for 50 years, Theodore presents an applications-oriented textbook on designing and analyzing chemical reactors that can be used for training in academic, government, or business contexts, or can serve as an adjunct text in a course on chemical reactions engineering in general. Much of the material is from a one-semester undergraduate course for chemical engineering students that he taught at Manhattan College. Among his topics are process variables, the conservation laws, continuous stirred tank reactors, interpreting kinetic data, biochemical reactors, and open-ended problems.

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