Fractal Character of Chemical Reactions in Disordered Media View Full Text


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DATE

1988

AUTHORS

Panos Argyrakis

ABSTRACT

The concept of fractals, as it is applied to problems in physical chemistry, is presented. A short discussion is given to identify these structures, then a short review of the work pertaining to fractal transport mechanisms of single particle diffusion. The more recent problem of chemical reactions on fractals is dealt more at depth. We discuss bimolecular reactions of the A+A and A+B types. We show how the diffusion-limited mechanism affects normal reactions on regular and on fractal lattices. Stirring of such reactions seems to provide a quantitative way for controlling their rate, and in a sense provide a new approach to catalysis. Finally, some related applications to fractal chaotic motion in polyatomic molecules, and entropy functions as a measure of disorder are also briefly discussed. More... »

PAGES

53-64

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1986. Fractal Behavior and Dynamics on Percolating Clusters in STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF MOLECULAR SYSTEMS
  • 1986. Fractal Aspects of Heterogeneous Chemical Reactions in ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL REACTION DYNAMICS
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    TITLE

    Fractals, Quasicrystals, Chaos, Knots and Algebraic Quantum Mechanics

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    978-94-010-7850-4
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