Application of unsteady state processes in modeling heterogeneous catalytic kinetics

An exptl. set-up for the simultaneous detn. of reactant concn. in the gas phase and on the surface by spectroscopic methods was proposed to obtain information on the intrinsic kinetics of unsteady-state processes undergoing heterogeneous catalysis. The hydrogenation of CO and CO2 and the effect of the water-gas shift were discussed. Transient expts. were not always sufficient for model discrimination. Among models describing steady-state and transient behavior of the addn. of AcOH to C2H4 and of elimination reactions, model discrimination was possible only on the basis of forced concn. expts. [on SciFinder (R)]

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Unsteady State Processes Catal., Proc. Int. Conf., 183-202
CAN 116:154156
Industrial Organic Chemicals, Leather, Fats, and Waxes
Swiss Fed. Inst. Technol.,Lausanne,Switz.
written in English.
74-85-1 (Ethylene) Role: RCT (Reactant), RACT (Reactant or reagent) (acetic acid addn. to, kinetic modeling of, unsteady-state); 64-19-7 (Acetic acid) Role: MSC (Miscellaneous) (addn. of, to ethylene, kinetic modeling of, unsteady-state); 141-78-6P (Ethyl acetate) Role: FORM (Formation, nonpreparative), PREP (Preparation) (formation of, in addn. of acetic acid to ethylene, kinetic modeling in relation to); 74-82-8P (Methane) Role: FORM (Formation, nonpreparative), PREP (Preparation) (formation of, in hydrogenation of carbon oxides, kinetic modeling in relation to); 124-38-9 (Carbon dioxide); 630-08-0 (Carbon monoxide) Role: RCT (Reactant), RACT (Reactant or reagent) (hydrogenation of, kinetics of, modeling of, unsteady-state); 630-08-0; 7732-18-5 Role: RCT (Reactant), RACT (Reactant or reagent) (water gas shift reaction, in unsteady-state modeling of hydrogenation)

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