What Is a Flow Reactor?

The flow reactor, the materials and other materials participating in the chemical reaction, such as solvents, diluents, and other inert materials, are continuously passed into the reactor; the reaction products and other materials also continuously flow out of the reactor, which is called flow reaction Device.

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The flow reactor, the materials and other materials participating in the chemical reaction, such as solvents, diluents, and other inert materials, are continuously passed into the reactor; the reaction products and other materials also continuously flow out of the reactor, which is called flow reaction Device.
Chinese name
Flow reactor
Foreign name
flow reactor
Function
Materials involved in chemical reactions and other materials
Features
Output or input are continuously flowing
flow reactor
Materials and other materials participating in the chemical reaction, such as solvents, diluents, and other inert materials, are continuously passed into the reactor; reaction products and other materials also continuously flow out of the reactor, called flow reactors, or continuous Flow reactor. It is characterized by continuous flow regardless of output or input. Usually all flows are steady state flows.

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