The exhaustive list of topics in Chemical Reaction Engineering in which we provide **Help with Homework Assignment** and **Help with Project** is as follows:

- Stoichiometry
- Thermodynamics of reacting systems
- Kinetics of elementary reactions
- Ideal reactors.
**Kinetics of complex reactions:**- Reaction mechanism and kinetics
- Chain
- Catalytic
- Polymerization
- Biochemical reactions
- Analysis of reaction network
- Lumping analysis
- Parameter estimation.
- Conservation equations for chemically reacting mixtures.

**Heterogeneous reactions:**- Mass transport with reaction
- Catalytic and Non-catalytic
- Gas-solid reactions
- Gas-liquid reactions.

**Chemical Reactor Design:**- Transient and steady state analysis
- Optimal design of reactors

**Multiphase reactors:**fixed, fluidized, trickle bed, slurry etc, Non-ideal continuous flow reactors.- Mole balances, conversions and design equation
- Material balance equation, control volumes with and without reaction, basic rate laws, the batch reactor.
- Balances on flow reactors (Stirred tanks and Plug flow), states of mixing, examples of real reactors .
- Conversion definition and the basic design equation applied to batch reactors.
- Design equation for flow reactors at steady state.
- Reactor sizing, numerical calculations.
- Stirred reactor versus plug flow reactor.
- Configuration of multiple reactors in series and parallel arrangements.
- Kinetic rate laws
- Introduction to rate laws, stoichiometry.
- Reaction order and elementary reactions.
- Reaction rate constants, Arrhenius equation.
- Stoichiometric considerations in reactor design for batch systems.
- Stoichiometric considerations in reactor design for flow systems.
- Ideal reactors and isothermal design
- Design of reactors: Balances, kinetics & stoichiometry.
- Examples: batch, semi-batch reactors.
- Examples: flow reactors.
- Unsteady operation of flow reactors.
- Industrial reactors.
- Multiple reactions, yield and selectivity
- Types of multiple reactions.
- Definitions of yield and selectivity.
- Analysis of parallel, series, consecutive reactions.
- Multiple reactions in flow reactors.
- Non-isothermal reactor design
- Temperature effects on reaction rates.
- Thermal effects due to heat of reaction.
- Energy balances in reactors.
- Adiabatic reactors.
- Non-adiabatic reactors: heat exchange.
- Stability of reactors.
- Analysis of reactor performance data
- Batch reactor data.
- Differential and integral methods.
- Initial rate and half life methods.
- Mole balances
- Conversions and design equation
- Material balance equation
- Control volumes with and without reaction
- Basic rate laws
- The batch reactor.
- Balances on flow reactors (Stirred tanks and Plug flow)
- States of mixing
- Examples of real reactors
- Conversion definition and the basic design equation applied to batch reactors.
- Design equation for flow reactors at steady state.
- Reactor sizing, numerical calculations.
- Stirred reactor versus plug flow reactor.
- Configuration of multiple reactors in series and parallel arrangements.
- Kinetic rate laws
- Rate laws
- Stoichiometry.
- Reaction order and elementary reactions.
- Reaction rate constants, Arrhenius equation.
- Stoichiometric considerations in reactor design for batch systems.
- Stoichiometric considerations in reactor design for flow systems
- Ideal reactors and isothermal design
- Design of reactors: Balances, kinetics & stoichiometry.
- Examples: batch, semi-batch reactors.
- Examples: flow reactors.
- Unsteady operation of flow reactors.
- Industrial reactors.
- Multiple reactions, yield and selectivity
- Types of multiple reactions.
- Definitions of yield and selectivity.
- Analysis of parallel, series, consecutive reactions.
- Multiple reactions in flow reactors.
- Non-isothermal reactor design
- Temperature effects on reaction rates.
- Thermal effects due to heat of reaction.
- Energy balances in reactors.
- Adiabatic reactors.
- Non-adiabatic reactors: heat exchange.
- Stability of reactors.
- Analysis of reactor performance data
- Batch reactor data.
- Differential and integral methods.
- Initial rate and half life methods.