Convective heat and mass transfer of reacting particles at low Peclet numbers
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The problem of convective diffusion to a spherical particle in a gas is solved under the condition that the surface chemical reaction rate depends on the reagent concentration near the surface.
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Spherical Particle Convective Heat Surface Chemical
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