Fundamentals of Chemical Reaction Engineering
by Mark E. E. Davis, Robert J. J. Davis
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 2003
Number of pages: 384
This book is an introduction to the quantitative treatment of chemical reaction engineering. It is appropriate for a one-semester undergraduate (or first-year graduate) course. The text provides a balanced approach: first, it covers both homogeneous and heterogeneous reacting systems; second, it covers both chemical reaction engineering and chemical reactor engineering.
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