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SOURCE AND REFERENCE
The use of this spreadsheet is free. Please use the following reference: EUROKIN_fixed-bed_html, EUROKIN spreadsheet on requirements for measurement of intrinsic kinetics in the gas-solid fixed-bed reactor, 2012.
The Eurokin consortium Founded in 1998, Eurokin is a consortium of industrial and academic members whose aim is the implementation of best practice in the area of chemical reaction kinetics, particularly in the industrial environment. This is achieved by carrying out work in a number of areas such as the design of experiments and the interpretation of kinetic data to make the latest knowledge in these fields available to the end user. In many cases this has resulted in the development of user-friendly tools to allow, for example, more efficient assessment of experimental conditions. Other work has been aimed at evaluating the software available for processing kinetic data while a number of leading academics and experts have been commissioned to produce reviews of the state-of-the-art in a number of chemical kinetics topics. For more information on the Eurokin consortium see: http://www.eurokin.org.
The spreadsheet and this document have been composed by Rob Berger, Anaproc; c/o DelftChemTech, Delft University of Technology, 2628 BL Delft, The Netherlands on behalf of the Eurokin consortium (http://www.eurokin.org).