### Compare size of cmfr and pfr to achieve 50 percent

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Compare the size of a CMFR (completly mixed flow reactor) and PFR (plug flow reactor) to achieve 50 percent removal of a contaminant, given a flow rate of 10^4 m^3/d and a first-order rate constant of -0.4/hr. Repeat for 99 percent removal.

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