THEORY OF CARBON FORMATION IN VAPOR-PHASE PYROLYSIS. VOLUME II: VARIABLE CONCENTRATION OF ACTIVE SPECIES.
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The report extends an earlier theoretical discussion for carbon formation from the pyrolytic decomposition of a gaseous carbon compound in an isothermal flow reactor of cylindrical shape and radius R0. It is assumed that pyrolysis of the gas occurs homogeneously with a specified rate constant and gives an active species designated C that can add to carbon particles C Cn yields Cn1. The results indicate that all the particles, including C, can deposit on the wall or grow in the gas phase. Author
- Physical Chemistry
- Ceramics, Refractories and Glass