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### NumericalMethods

Course: CH 2007, Fall 2009
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of Solutions rate equations The analytic method: dN = ! kN Write the differential equation dt dN = ! kdt Rearrange N N Integrate ln = !kt N0 Simplify N = N0 e! kt The integration step depends, among other things, on having only one variable on each side of the equation. where the analytic method fails Consider the following reaction mechanism for combustion of hydrogen in a chlorine atmosphere: k1 Cl2...

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