Spatially Resolved CARS in the Study of Local Mixing of Two Liquids in a Reactor
We have used the CARS signal of the breathing vibration of toluene to follow the mixing process of liquid toluene and liquid p-xylene as a function of position inside a small (1.5 ml) continuous flow stirred tank reactor (CSTR).
KeywordsEntry Port Liquid Filament Cars Signal Breathing Vibration Continuous Flow Stir Tank Reactor
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