Butadiene sulfone (MW=118) can be produced by the following irreversible liquid-phase reaction at 190 degree F and 160 psia: Butadiene + SO2 rightarrow Butadiene Sufone Pure SO2 is fed to the reactor in one stream. Pure butadiene (MW=54) is fed separately into the reactor at a molar flow rate that is 25% more than that required to react with all of the SC2, and 70% of the entering butadiene is converted into product. The density of the stream leaving the reactor is 42.2 lbm/ft3. For an SO2 flow rate of 100 lbmol/hr, determine the volume of the CSTR required to achieve the specified 70% conversion. The rate of reaction is described by r reaction, butadiene = krcbutadienecSO2 where kr = 4.44fr3/lbmol hr. Would the addition of an inert (non-reacting) liquid to the butadiene feed increase the required reactor size, or decrease it? Why?
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