A macrokinetic model of the transformation of a solid particle, reacting with a multicomponent gas mixture, is constructed for arbitrary ratios between the rates of the mass-transfer stages of the transformation process (sorption, dissolution, and diffusion of the starting and final products).
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Kamennykh, A.V. Mass transfer in a solid particle with competing reactions with a multicomponent gas mixture. Journal of Engineering Physics 51, 818–824 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00871365
- Mass Transfer
- Statistical Physic
- Solid Particle
- Transformation Process
- Arbitrary Ratio