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Old Aug 8th 2019, 03:21 AM   #1
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Mathematics of the kinetics

Hello together,

unfortunately, I do not get on with my task: Specify an expression for the concentration of A.

Given is:

dc(A)
------= -k1*c(A) + k2*c(B)*c(C)
dt


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Normally I would obey the following steps:
1. *dt
=>dc(A)= (-k1*c(A) + k2*c(B)*c(C))*dt

2. Set c(A) to the left side; unfortunately, I don't know how to do this because of the addition

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Certainly, you can present to me an utterly new way or literature referring.

Yours sincerely

ChemN


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