fixed-bed catalyst

fixed-bed catalyst
Any catalyst used in a reactor where the catalyst fills the reactor and remains motionless (fixed) and the gas and/or liquid feed mixtures flows past. The fluid flows through the void spaces between catalyst particles.

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