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This paper describes an approach based in the creation of a high interfacial area flow regime via
a jet mixer. The latter is a device that permits the dispersion of the liquid phase into fine droplets.
The establishment of a mist-type two-phase flow leads, in a few minutes, to rapid oxidation of the
organic compounds in a kinetically controlled regime. A compact oxidation technology based on
jet mixers and tubular reactors is thus achieved. The results obtained with prototype phenolic and
glycol solutions and, also, with industrial wastewaters are discussed.
CitationGassó, S. [et al.]. Wet oxidation via two-phase flow reactors and high mass-transfer regimes. "Industrial and engineering chemistry research", 01 Agost 1992, vol. 31, núm. 8, p. 2057-2062.
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