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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
Deterministic versus Stochastic Chemical Kinetics
Chromatographic Reactions of Three Components
Unsteady-State Diffusion, Convection, and Reaction in a Fluid Film
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