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Demonstrations 101 - 120 of 153
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
Mapping the Maxima for a Nonisothermal Chemical System
Maxima and Minima for the Three-Variable Autocatalator
Combustion of Methane Using Block Cellular Automata (BCA) with Feedback
Simple Arrhenius Model for Activation Energy and Catalysis
Debye Length in a Symmetric Electrolyte Solution
Double-Well Reaction Dynamics
Nonlinear Chemical Dynamics: The Peroxidase-Oxidase Reaction
The Iodine Clock Reaction
Corrosion Mechanism for Stainless Steel
Thermodynamic Properties of Acetylene Using Cubic Equations of State
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