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Old   July 11, 2010, 11:29
Default Chemkin: simulating H2O2-liquid+H2-gas combustion
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I can easily simulate H2O2+H2 if I consider both gaseous.
I don't understand how to insert in the reactant species list H2O2 as liquid.

Is it possible with Chemkin ?

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