I am not familiar with these types of chemistries so I cannot offer much in the way of guidance. It sounds like the materials of construction exposed to your reaction conditions are titanium grades 1 and 3. Titanium is generally resistant to oxidizing acids and conditions that permit the protective oxide layer to be maintained. The presence of halides may be cause for concern. Previous experience with certain MOCs at production, pilot, or lab scale might offer some insight.
Topic: Re: What are the possible types of corrosion that could occur in an oxidation reactor?4 April 2012
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