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Demonstrations 101 - 120 of 161
Kinetic Order of Degradation Reactions
Second-Order Reaction with Diffusion in a Liquid Film
Absorption with Chemical Reaction in a Semi-Infinite Medium
Gray-Scott Reaction-Diffusion Cell with an Applied Electric Field
Reaction-Diffusion in a Two-Dimensional Catalyst Pellet
A Chaotic Chemical Reaction Scheme Derived from Chua's Circuit Equations
Arrhenius versus Eyring-Polanyi Model
Attainable Region for van de Vusse Kinetics
Dynamics of a Coupled Reactor-Separator System with Time Delay
Cubic Autocatalysis by Successive Bimolecular Steps
Trajectories on the Müller-Brown Potential Energy Surface
Eyring-Polanyi versus Exponential Model for Chemical Reactions
Periodic and Damped-Oscillatory Behavior of the Oregonator
The Schnakenberg Reaction
Chemical Reactions Described by the Lorenz Equations
Chlorite-Iodide-Malonic Acid (CIMA) Reaction
Maximizing Conversion to an Intermediate Product in a Chain of Three CSTRs in Series
Control of Thermal Runaway of an Exothermic Reaction by Coupling with an Endothermic Reaction
Chemical Reaction Trajectories Using Bézier Curves
Maxima and Minima for the Three-Variable Autocatalator
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