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Maximum temperature attainable by the synthesis reaction (MTSR)

The maximum temperature reached following the occurrence of the desired (synthesis) chemical reaction under adiabatic conditions starting at the designed process temperature. For a batch reactor the MTSR is equivalent to the process temperature plus the adiabatic temperature rise for the desired reaction. For a semi-batch reactor the MTSR is equivalent to the process temperature plus the adiabatic temperature rise of the synthesis reaction for those reactants that have accumulated during dosing.  See also Reaction calorimetry (RC).

References:

  • HarsNet,  HarsBook, A technical guide for the assessment of highly reactive chemical systems, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt, 2002.
 

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