An electrochemical reactor operated with two identical solution streams injected in opposite directions on the same axis, and leaving it at a normal direction was studied by measuring local and global mass transfer coefficients and visualization of solution flow patterns. This flow configuration was compared to a case where a single stream enters the reactor and leaves it on the same axis. It was found that only the data obtained for the single stream mode can be correlated by the Chilton-Colburn relation, indicating a near laminar boundary layer flow. Global mass transfer coefficients for the single stream mode were found to be slightly higher than those for the interacting jets mode. However, when comparing the two modes by taking into account the dimensionless ratio of the mass transfer coefficient (Sh) to the energy consumption (Eu), it was found that the interacting jets (IJ) mode exhibits a better performance as compared to the single stream mode. The superiority of the IJ mode increases with increasing Reynold's number (Re).