The hydrogenation of ethylene to ethane has been studied in a differential fixed-bed catalytic laboratory reactor: C2H4 + H2 → C2H6. The feed was a stochiometric mixture of ethane and hydrogen (50/50 mole%) and the reactor operated at 10 atmospheres total pressure. Rate data for fine particles and 3 pellets of different densities are shown in the following table.
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The question belongs to Chemical Engineering and it is about hydrogenation of ethylene to ethane using differential fixed-bed catalytic laboratory reactor. The questions are about whether the pellets are isothermal and pellets with 124° C, the estimated maximum size of catalyst pellets where pore diffusion would be expected.
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