Study of spatial pattern formation during the NO+H[sub 2]/Rh(111) reaction by means

Makeev, A.G.; Janssen, N.M.H.
July 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;7/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p965
Academic Journal
Shows the formation of spatial patterns during the nitrogen oxide and hydrogen (NO+H) reaction over a rhodium single crystal surface. Five-variable mathematical model of the reaction-diffusion type; Design of the simplified version of the model to explain the complex temporal behavior found for the reaction.


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