Chemical Reaction Engineering MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)

Chemical Reaction Engineering MCQ - Multiple Choice Questions and Answers

Our 1000+ Chemical Reaction Engineering MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions and Answers) focus on all areas of Chemical Reaction Engineering covering 100+ topics. These topics are chosen from a collection of the most authoritative and best reference books on Chemical Reaction Engineering. One should spend 1 hour daily practicing these MCQs for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate Chemical Reaction Engineering subject comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily for Chemical Reaction Engineering exams, contests, online tests, quizzes, MCQ-tests, viva-voce, interviews, and certifications.

Chemical Reaction Engineering Multiple Choice Questions Highlights

- 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) in Chemical Reaction Engineering with a detailed explanation of every question.
- These MCQs cover theoretical concepts, true-false(T/F) statements, fill-in-the-blanks and match the following style statements.
- These MCQs also cover numericals as well as diagram oriented MCQs.
- These MCQs are organized chapterwise and each Chapter is futher organized topicwise.
- Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic of a given Chapter in Chemical Reaction Engineering Subject.

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Chemical Reaction Engineering Chapters

Here's the list of chapters on the "Chemical Reaction Engineering" subject covering 100+ topics. You can practice the MCQs chapter by chapter starting from the 1st chapter or you can jump to any chapter of your choice.

1. Basic Concepts

The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on mole balances, reactions rates and classification.

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  • Mole Balances
  • Reaction Rates – 1
  • Reaction Rates – 2
  • Classification of Reactions
  • 2. Elements of Reaction Kinetics

    The section contains questions and answers on rate coefficient modelling and kinetic models size reduction.

  • Modelling the Rate Coefficient – 1
  • Modelling the Rate Coefficient – 2
  • Reducing the Size of Kinetic Models
  • 3. Kinetics of Homogeneous Reactions

    The section contains MCQs on liquid and gas phase reactions, theories comparison and ideal reactor types.

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  • Liquid and Gas Phase Reactions
  • Comparison of Theories – 1
  • Comparison of Theories – 2
  • Ideal Reactor Types
  • 4. Homogenous Reactions in Ideal Reactors

    The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on reactor design basics and homogenous reaction mechanisms.

  • Introduction to Reactor Design
  • Homogenous Reaction Mechanisms
  • 5. Ideal Reactors for a Single Reaction, Conversion and Reactor Sizing

    The section contains questions and answers on batch reactor design equations, flow reactors design equations, ideal reactors problems, flow reactors, right reactor series, space time and velocity.

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  • Batch Reactor Design Equations
  • Design Equations for Flow Reactors
  • Problems on Ideal Reactors
  • Applications of Design Equations for Continuous – Flow Reactors
  • Choosing of Right Reactor Series or Connections (Maximum Profitability)
  • Space Time and Space Velocity
  • Some Further Definitions
  • 6. Rate Laws and Stoichiometry

    The section contains MCQs on rate laws, stoichiometry definitions, reaction order, elementary rate law, reversible reactions rate laws, constant – volume batch reaction systems, stoichiometry of batch and flow systems, batch and flow systems concentrations equations.

  • Rate Laws and Stoichiometry Definitions
  • Reaction Order and Elementary Rate Law
  • Non – Elementary Rate Laws
  • Reversible Reactions Rate Laws
  • Constant – Volume Batch Reaction Systems
  • Batch Reactors with Variable Volume
  • Reaction Rate Constant and Activation Energy Concept
  • Stoichiometry of Batch Systems
  • Equations for Batch Concentrations
  • Stoichiometry of Flow Systems
  • Equations for Concentrations in Flow Systems
  • Flow Reactors with Variable Volumetric Flow Rate
  • 7. Isothermal Reactor Design

    The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on cstrs design, conversion and volume related problems, tubular reactor, packed bed flow, pipes pressure drop, chemical plant design, pfrs, pbrs and batch reactors, micro and membrane reactors, cstr startup, semibatch reactor, isothermal semibatch reactor, semibatch reactor equations and equilibrium conversions.

  • Design of CSTRS in Series
  • Determination of K from Batch Data
  • Design of a Single CSTR
  • Design of CSTRS in Parallel
  • Conversion and Volume Related Problems
  • Tubular Reactor
  • Pressure Drop in Reactors
  • Flow through Packed Bed
  • Pressure Drop in Pipes
  • Effect of Pressure Drop on Conversion Profile
  • Calculating Conversion in a Reactor with Pressure Drop
  • Design of a Chemical Plant
  • Mole Balances on CSTRS, PFRs, PBRs and Batch Reactors
  • Micro Reactors
  • Membrane Reactors
  • Mole Balance Equation on Membrane Reactors
  • Use of Membrane Reactors to Increase Selectivity
  • Unsteady State Operation of Stirred Reactors
  • Startup of a CSTR
  • Semibatch Reactor
  • Isothermal Semibatch Reactor with Second Order Reaction
  • Semibatch Reactor Equations in Terms of Conversion
  • Equilibrium Conversion
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    8. Collection and Analysis of Rate Data

    The section contains questions and answers on half lives method, analysis differential, integral and numerical methods, polynomial fit, rate law determining, rate law parameters, nonlinear regression, initial rates method and differential reactors.

  • Method of Half Lives
  • Differential Method of Analysis
  • Integral Method of Analysis
  • Numerical Method of Analysis
  • Polynomial Fit
  • Determining the Rate Law
  • Finding the Rate Law Parameters
  • Nonlinear Regression
  • Method of Initial Rates
  • Differential Reactors
  • 9. Potpourri of Multiple Reactions, Design for Single & Parallel Reactions

    The section contains MCQs on autocatalytic reactions, parallel reactions, irreversible series, selectivity and reactor yield.

  • Autocatalytic Reactions
  • Selectivity and Reactor Yield
  • Reactions in Parallel
  • Irreversible Series – Parallel Reactions
  • 10. Catalysis and Catalytic Reactions

    The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on catalysts, catalytic reaction steps, rate law mechanism and rate limiting step.

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  • Catalysts
  • Steps in Catalytic Reaction
  • Synthesizing Rate Law Mechanism, Rate Limiting Step
  • General Characteristics
  • 11. Solid Catalysed Reactions & Transport Processes with Reactions Catalyzed by Solids

    The section contains questions and answers on pore diffusion resistance, non isothermal particles, mass and heat transfer resistances.

  • Pore Diffusion Resistance
  • Mass and Heat Transfer Resistances
  • Non Isothermal Particles
  • 12. Fluid-Particle Reactions: Kinetics

    The section contains MCQs on fluid particle reactors design, rate determination and gas film diffusion controls.

  • Design of Fluid Particle Reactors
  • Determination of The Rate – Controlling Step
  • Gas Film Diffusion Controls
  • 13. Packed Bed Catalytic Reactor, Fluidised Bed and Transport Reactors

    The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on adsorption mechanisms, catalytic reactors and fluidised bed catalytic cracking.

  • Adsorption Mechanisms
  • Catalytic Reactors
  • Fluidised Bed Catalytic Cracking
  • 14. Suspended Solid Reactors, Catalyst Deactivation, Diffusion and Reaction

    The section contains questions and answers on catalyst deactivation mechanisms and kinetics, poisoning, suspended solid and multiphase reactors.

  • Mechanisms of Catalyst Deactivation
  • Suspended Solid Reactors
  • Multiphase Reactors
  • Poisoning
  • Kinetics of Catalyst Deactivation by Coke Formation
  • 15. Distribution of Residence Time for Chemical Reactors

    The section contains MCQs on heat effects, rtd measurement, diagnostics, troubleshooting, one and two parameter models, residence time distribution function, pulse input and sep tracer experiments, cumulative distribution function, skewness, normalised rtd function, laminar flow reactor, cstr and tubular reactor perfect operation, bypassing and dead volume, intensity function, segregation and maximum mixedness models.

  • Heat Effects
  • Measurement of RTD
  • Diagnostics
  • RTD in Ideal Reactors
  • Troubleshooting
  • One Parameter Model
  • Two Parameter Model
  • Residence Time Distribution (RTD) Function
  • Pulse Input Experiment for Measurement of RTD
  • Step Tracer Experiment for Measurement of RTD
  • Cumulative Distribution Function
  • Mean Residence Time
  • Skewness
  • Standard Deviation or the Spread of Distribution
  • Normalised RTD Function
  • Internal Age Distribution
  • Single CSTR RTD
  • Laminar Flow Reactor
  • CSTR Perfect Operation
  • CSTR Bypassing
  • CSTR Dead Volume
  • Tubular Reactor Perfect Operation
  • Tubular Reactor Bypassing
  • Tubular Reactor Dead Volume
  • PFR/CSTR Series RTD
  • Reactor Modelling Using the RTD
  • Segregation Model
  • Maximum Mixedness Model
  • Intensity Function
  • RTD and Multiple Reactors – Segregation Model
  • RTD and Multiple Reactors – Maximum Mixedness Model
  • 16. Complex Flow Patterns, Temperature and Pressure Effects

    The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on equilibrium conversion, rate constant temperature, macro and micro mixing in reactors.

  • Equilibrium Conversion
  • Temperature Dependence of Rate Constant
  • Macro and Micro- Mixing in Reactors
  • 17. Fluid-Fluid Reactions: Kinetics & Basics of Non Ideal Flow

    The section contains questions and answers on absorption systems with chemical reaction, fluid-fluid reactors design, reactors combination, non ideal flow reactors conversion, c, f and e curves properties.

  • Absorption Systems with Chemical Reaction
  • Design of Fluid Fluid Reactors
  • Properties of C, F and E Curves – 1
  • Properties of C, F and E Curves – 2
  • RTD for Combination of Reactors
  • Conversion in Non Ideal Flow Reactors
  • 18. Compartment Models, Models for Non Ideal Reactors

    The section contains MCQs on series model in tanks, dispersion model, diagnosing reactor ills, flow, reaction and dispersion, tubular reactor dispersion with laminar flow, non ideal reactors flow, comparison between series and dispersion models.

  • Tanks in Series Model
  • Dispersion Model
  • Diagnosing Reactor Ills
  • Flow, Reaction and Dispersion
  • Dispersion in a Tubular Reactor with Laminar Flow
  • Non Ideal Reactors Flow
  • Reaction and Dispersion
  • Tanks in Series Model vs Dispersion Model
  • 19. Bioreactors, Enzyme and Microbial Fermentation

    The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on microbial fermentation, fermenter and bioreactors.

  • Microbial Fermentation – 1
  • Microbial Fermentation – 2
  • Fermenter
  • Bioreactors
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