Best Books – Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer along with reviews.

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1. “Analytic Combustion: with Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer” by Date

“Analytic Combustion: with Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer” Book Review: This book explains the key concepts related to combustion. It provides necessary tips on designing and assessing the performance of equipment. The laws of thermodynamics and the empirical sciences of heat and mass transfer, chemical kinetics and fluid dynamics are stated in the book. It would be very beneficial to undergraduates, graduate students and professionals in mechanical, aeronautical and chemical engineering. It also includes steps for designing new equipment and for solving problems. There are examples, worked problems and answers to help readers understand the concept better.

2. “Carbon Dioxide Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Mass Transfer” by Associate Professor XI Chen

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“Carbon Dioxide Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Mass Transfer” Book Review: This book explains key concepts in carbon dioxide thermodynamics, kinetics and mass transfer. Promising solvents with large CO2 capacity, fast mass transfer rate and moderately high heat of absorption are listed in the book. A thermodynamic model developed for a selected amine solvent in the framework of the Electrolyte Nonrandom Two-Liquid model using the vapor-liquid-equilibrium and liquid speciation data is included. There is a rate-based model that represents the lab-scale mass transfer rate data.

3. “Mass Transfer Kinetics of Co2 Into Concentrated Aqueous Mea” by Ying Jiru

“Mass Transfer Kinetics of Co2 Into Concentrated Aqueous Mea” Book Review: This book presents some arguments on global warming and different regulations of carbon dioxide emission in the world. It also expounds on monoethanolamine (MEA) and its history. It explains the methods used to increase the concentration of MEA in aqueous solution to 30 mass % in the CO2 capture process. Tips for decreasing the energy consumption and bettering the efficiency of CO2 capture in the present MEA process are also included.

4. “Analytical Methods for Problems of Molecular Transport (Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications)” by I N Ivchenko and S K Loyalka

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“Analytical Methods for Problems of Molecular Transport (Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications)” Book Review: This book provides readers with fundamental concepts in topics such as kinetic theory of gases, rarefied gas dynamics, transport theory and aerosol mechanics, these topics would help readers understand the problems of molecular transport. It is written in a very simple manner so teachers can use it as a guide while teaching, readers can also use it in the homes. Scientists and engineers working in the fields of rarefied gas dynamics and aerosol mechanics.

5. “Bench Scale Calorimetry in Chemical Reaction Kinetics” by Wilfried Litz

“Bench Scale Calorimetry in Chemical Reaction Kinetics” Book Review: This book explains the different modern methods of calorimetric measurement. Apparatus and techniques for accurately measuring the rate of heat liberation in discontinuous and continuous isothermal and non-isothermal reactions are explained. It is inspired by years of experience in science, practitioning and chemical engineering fields. It includes tips and instructions related to the subject. There are instructions for carrying out kinetic experiments in the book.

6. “Non-Linear Mass Transfer and Hydrodynamic Stability” by C B Boyadjiev and V N Babak

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“Non-Linear Mass Transfer and Hydrodynamic Stability” Book Review: This book contains the kinetics of non-linear mass transfer and its effects on hydrodynamic stability in systems that have intensive interphase mass transfer, in electrochemical systems with high current density and in chemically reacting systems. It is divided into five parts. The first covers the non-linear mass transfer, the second covers non-linear mass transfer in electrochemical systems that have high current density, the third covers the non-linear mass transfer in chemically reacting systems, the fourth covers the chemical reaction kinetics in stationary two phase systems at an arbitrary contact time between phases and the fifth covers the effects of concentration gradients.

7. “Mass Transfer and Kinetics of Ion Exchange” by L Liberti and F G Helfferich

“Mass Transfer and Kinetics of Ion Exchange” Book Review: This book describes the ion-exchange processes that were originally used for the treatment of very dilute solutions. It also describes the development of quantitative models for ion-exchange kinetics. Transport characteristics of species and their interactions in solid ion­ exchange membranes are explained. Various transport processes and related phenomena can be observed in membrane-solution systems such as ion migration, electroosmosis, diffusion arid self-diffusion, osmosis and hydraulic flow.

8. “Introduction to Chemical Engineering Kinetics and Reactor Design” by Charles G Hill and Thatcher W Root

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“Introduction to Chemical Engineering Kinetics and Reactor Design” Book Review: This textbook, which is in its second edition, is designed for students, instructors and chemical engineers. It expounds on contemporary reactor design and other concepts related to it. It gives the readers basic foundation in topics like chemical reaction kinetics and material and energy balances, these topics would help the readers understand the design of chemical reactors. The first part of the book explains the general principles of chemical reaction kinetics. There are problems that readers can use to test their knowledge.

9. “Catalytic Kinetics: Chemistry and Engineering” by Dmitry Yu Murzin and Tapio Salmi

“Catalytic Kinetics: Chemistry and Engineering” Book Review: This book presents the view that homogeneous, heterogeneous, and enzymatic catalysis form the cornerstone of practical catalysis. It explains the differences between the various kinds of catalysis. It emphasizes on a quantitative chemical understanding and connects the mathematical approach to kinetics with chemistry. Different catalysts are covered like catalysis by acids, organometallic complexes, solid inorganic materials and enzymes. There is a chapter that focuses on the concepts of cascade catalysis. Topics like organocatalysis, enzymatic kinetics, nonlinear dynamics, solvent effects, nanokinetics, and kinetic isotope effects are also well explained in the book. There are examples and exercises in every chapter. Researchers would find the book useful.

10. “Colloid and Interface Chemistry for Water Quality Control” by Qing Chang

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“Colloid and Interface Chemistry for Water Quality Control” Book Review: This book presents fundamental concepts on colloid and interface science for water and wastewater treatment. It is fractionated into two sections. The first section contains eight chapters that expound on colloid chemistry; its simple history and basic concepts, diffusion and Brown Motion, sedimentation, osmotic pressure, optical properties, rheology properties, electric properties, emulsion, foam and gel and other related topics. The other section lists interface chemistry theories including the surface of liquid, the surface of solution, and the surface of solid. It would be very useful to graduate students, researchers and engineers in the water treatment and environmental engineering fields.

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