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Hi all,

I'm trying to implement a custom arrhenius reaction rate where it toggles between being infinitely fast and an arrhenius reaction depending on the temperature. So far I've copied the ArrheniusReactionRate class and made my own "InfArrheniusReactionRate" and made the necessary changes. However, I cannot figure out where the valid reaction rate types are constructed. (for example, the valid thermo physics types are declared in thermoPhysicsTypes.H in the species source). Is there anyone out there who has created their own reaction rate class and can shed some insight as to where this is hiding?

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Chris
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