Kinetics of fragmentation-annihilation processes

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Filipe, Joao A. N. ; Rodgers, Geoff J. (1996)
  • Publisher: American Physical Society
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevE.54.1290
  • Subject: Condensed Matter | Physics - Chemical Physics | Pair annihilation process | Reacting catalysts | Binary fragmentation process

We investigate the kinetics of systems in which particles of one species undergo binary fragmentation and pair annihilation. In the latter, nonlinear process, fragments react at collision to produce an inert species, causing loss of mass. We analyze these systems in the... View more
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