Difference Between Isothermal PFR Reaction and Isothermal CSTR Reaction

Question

The elementary reaction A → B takes place in an isothermal PFR. When pure A is fed to the reactor at a flow rate of 10 mol/min with a concentration of 2.0 mol/L the conversion is 0.85.  What would be the conversion for an isothermal CSTR with the same volume?

Summary

The question belongs to Chemical Engineering and it is about isothermal PFR (plug flow reactor). The question deals with a pure element A being fed into 2.0 mol/L concentration of B and the resultant isothermal CSTR of the volume is to be calculated.

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