A Second-Order Chemical Reaction


A reaction of second order A + B → C is shown with initial concentrations , , and . The rate constant and the initial conditions are variable. Displayed are the time dependent concentrations that are solutions to the corresponding differential equations:
,
,
,
with initial conditions
,
,
.
More information on the solutions as well as special cases can be found in Details.

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Solutions of the differential equations:
For the special case, :
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