Development of a diffusion-controlled solid-state reaction from an initial nucleus
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A mathematical model for the growth of a nucleus of a solid-state reaction product is analyzed that takes into account explicitly stresses and strains. Different regimes of the reaction course are found. The solid-state diffusion equation derived for slow reactions can be useful for describing more complex processes.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Mathematical Model Dynamical System Diffusion Equation Slow Reaction
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