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Th e soone r th e issu e of catalys t pric e is understoo d th e bette r it is for all parties . Th e invento r shoul d als o seek at thi s tim e a commitmen t fro m th e custo m manufacture r as t o th e cost of th e scale-u p program , sinc e man y vendor s expec t thes e cost s t o b e born e b y th e invento r even if commercial-scal e manufactur e is neve r realized . 2 Catalyst Scale-up—Pitfall or Payoff? 35 Fig. 2. Typical glass-lined pilot plant system for precipitating catalyst formulations in a corrosive environment.
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The Loop or Recycle Reactor C. Construction Concepts for Gradientless Reactors . . Conclusion References 42 43 43 44 46 46 47 48 48 50 52 52 53 54 54 56 60 60 61 63 66 66 Notation s 2 a A C c p D 2 Transfer area (m ) Flow cross section (m )3 Concentration (mol/m ) Heat capacity 2(kJ/kg K) Diffusivity (m /sec) * Present address: Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, 44325. Applie d Industria l Catalysi s Volum e 1 41 Copyrigh t ' 1983 Academi c Press , Inc . All rights of reproductio n in an y form reserved .