Computer analysis of mixing problems arising in consecutive photochemical reactions

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The importance of agitation processes, particularly molecular diffusion, in the kinetics of formation of products of consecutive photoreactions is demonstrated and some types of photoreactors adapted to the simplified study of such reactions are proposed. © 1983.

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André, J. C., Bouchy, M., & Kossanyi, J. (1983). Computer analysis of mixing problems arising in consecutive photochemical reactions. Journal of Photochemistry, 22(3), 213–221. https://doi.org/10.1016/0047-2670(83)80041-0

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