|February 17, 2012, 17:47||
Modeling chemical reactions in aqueous solvents
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I want to model the hydrolysis of silicon tetrachloride. But I don't have experience with reactions in aqueous solvents. Therefore, I have two general questions:
1.) The reaction takes place in the shear layer of a silicon tetrachloride jet. Would it be correct to use an eddy dissipation model to calculate the reaction rate?
2.) One reaction product is hydrogen chloride (HCl) with separates in H+ and Cl- Ions. What's the best way to calculate the reaction system. Where do I get appropriate property data for the components of the solution.
Any help would be appreciated.
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