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Old   June 30, 2007, 01:58
Default Site versus solid species
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Suzy
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As explained a few posts earlier, I am working on a catalytic combustion problem. The only tutorials on surface reaction I can find, however, are for CVD.

In the Fluent sponsored tutorial 15 (on CVD). They use both solid, site, and gaseous forms of Ga and As.

Since I am not interested in deposition on the surface do I need solid species?

Any explanation on the differences between solid and site species in relation to surface reaction would be appreciated.

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