|Title: Reaction systems for bubbly flows.|
|Written by: Paul, M.; Strassl, F.; Hoffmann, A.; Hoffmann, M.; Schlüter, M.; Herres-Pawlis, S.|
|in: <em>European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry</em>. March (2018).|
|Volume: <strong>2018</strong>. Number: (20-21),|
|on pages: 2101-2124|
Abstract: Reactive bubbly flows are at the heart of multiphase flows which are a major topic in chemical engineering since many bulk chemicals are produced in bubbly flows. However, the factors determining product yield and selectivity are often subject of complicated mass transfer effects. Herein, we describe the latest developments in the detection of mass transfer effects in bubbly flows. Coordination chemistry has given new impulses to this topic due to the possibility to synthesise tailored complex systems for the detection of O2 and NO with various time? and space?resolved techniques. For each chemical reaction system, a background section is summarised to allow the reader to get an overview of the different systems.