The effects of laminar mixing on reaction fronts and patterns

  • Published 2010


A wide variety of dynamical processes are influenced by some sort of reaction. In its most general sense, a “reaction” is when some species A changes into some other species B during a process, possibly via an interaction with other species. The most obvious example is a chemical reaction, when two or more reactants interact to form a third product, e.g., A… (More)


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