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The hydrogenation of cyclohexene in the liquid phase has been investigated in a laboratory reactor in the temperature range from 25°C to 30°C. The catalyst (Pt) is suspended in the reactant (cyclohexene) and the reactor is stirred by a mechanical agitator. Hydrogen is continuously bubbled through the slurry.

At 25 °C the equilibrium constant for the reaction is 2x108 hence the reaction may be considered to be irreversible.

Data from this system are shown on the Attachment:

12P.8: effect of catalyst mass on reaction rate

12P.9: effect of hydrogen flow-rate on reaction rate

12P.10: effect of stirring speed on reaction rate

12P.11: evaluation of apparent activation energies

Provide an interpretation of the data for each figure.  Where multiple interpretations are possible state them.  If assumptions are required, be sure to state them and justify if possible.

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