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I have a short question about the possibility of simulation from catalytic reaction with fluent.

I`m trying to simulate a surface reaction on a platinum catalyst. Gas phase reaction is negligible so that only wall surface reaction occurs.
In my case two gas phases were mixed.
Reactions have been set by using reaction tool “Materials/ Edit Mixture/ Reaction”.

All absorbed species have been set as site species.
Now what I can´t do is to involve the catalytic material in the reaction. Is there any way to get the solid material to the "selceted solid species"?

Thanks a lot for helping me.
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