Published September 1991
by Elsevier Science Ltd .
Written in English
|Contributions||Stanley I. Sandler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
This book comprises the proceedings of a Symposium on Kinetic and Thermodynamic Lumping of Multicomponent Mixtures which was held at the American Chemical Society Meeting in Atlanta, GA, in April Papers presented at the symposium consisted of both invited and contributed Edition: 1. Advanced Book Search Kinetic and thermodynamic lumping of multicomponent mixtures: proceedings of an ACS Symposium on Kinetic and Thermodynamic Lumping of Multicomponent Mixtures, Atlanta, GA. This book comprises the proceedings of a Symposium on Kinetic and Thermodynamic Lumping of Multicomponent Mixtures which was held at the American Chemical Society Meeting in Atlanta, GA, in April. Kinetics A. EXACT APPROXIMATE AND LUMPING As discussed in Section III,C, the concept of "lumping" is related to the idea that it might be possible, in analyzing the kinetic behavior of a multicomponent mixture, to substitute for the real system (which involves a very large, possibly infinitely large number of chemical reactions) a lower order system with a finite number of Cited by: 4.
However, the structure of the final material is often not only determined by thermodynamics, but also by kinetic aspects of the synthesis and/or processing. This Special Issue, “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Multicomponent Polymer Systems”, aims to collect original research papers and critical reviews on recent progress in multicomponent. Abstract. Lumping of the kinetics of mixtures described by a continuous distribution function of concentration is discussed for the case where individual reactions have nonlinear kinetics. The assumption of independent kinetics, which leads to a paradox, is not used. Functional‐differential equations govern the kinetic behavior of the by: The gradient theory of fluid interfaces is for the first time applied, without any lumping, to complex mixtures of more than three components, here made up of hydrocarbons and of a high proportion of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or methane. It is combined with the volume-corrected Peng−Robinson equation of state. No adjustable parameters are used in the influence parameters mixing rule, Cited by: In all of the binary mixtures, the two species are fully miscible at large scales, but exhibit strong species-specific clustering (segregation) at small scales. This behavior persists in multicomponent mixtures; even in seven-component mixtures of all the shapes there is significant association between objects of the same by:
of mixture based on the mole fractions of the constituents of the phase, Gideal corresponds to the entropy of mixing for an ideal solution and Gxs is the so Kattner and Campbell Modelling of thermodynamics and diffusion in multicomponent systems Materials Science and Technology VOL 25 NO 4 Cited by: Sign in to view your account details and order history. View account Sign out; About Elsevier. Thermodynamics of Mixtures (Multicomponent Systems) Abstract. This is the central chapter of the book which is not only concerning the arrangements of the eleven chapters but also has the key role from the point of view of chemical : Ernő Keszei. Raffaella Ocone and Gianni Astarita, Kinetics and Thermodynamics in Multicomponent Mixtures, Advances in Chemical Engineering Vol /S(08), (), (). Crossref Massimiliano Giona and Oreste Patierno, Application of almost‐everywhere singular distributions in chemical engineering, AIChE Journal, 43, 6, (), ().