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Old   September 9, 2004, 00:29
Default Decay of Chlorine Dioxide (CFX4.4)
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I am modeling decay of Chlorine dioxide. Can anybody guide me which module should I use ie whether I should add a sink term in the transport equation for the gas or whether I should use chemical kinetics option . What I know is decay of ClO2 is first order reaction and I also know the rate constant.

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