Presentation by: Prof. Guy. B. Marin (Laboratory for Chemical Technology, Ghent University, Belgium)
Extrapolation of kinetics from vapour phase to liquid phase requires knowledge about the fugacity (non-ideality factor) of the components involved (e.g. using Peng-Robinson), an excess physisorption coefficient for important components in the liquid phase, and the catalyst properties (e.g. acidity). The solvating effect on the sorbent network (e.g. zeolite) is important. These effects may cause the selectivity order of n-alkanes to reverse compared to that in the gas phase.
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