Figure 8.29:

Reaction rate versus concentration of limiting reactant; rate expression is neither convex nor concave.

Code for Figure 8.29

Text of the GNU GPL.

main.m


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% Copyright (C) 2001, James B. Rawlings and John G. Ekerdt
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global a b fixrate theta1 theta2 theta3 c0
a=5; b=0.05;
c0=5;
conv=0.95;
d  = sqrt((1-2*b)*(1-2*b) - 4*b*(b+1));
w1 = (1-2*b + d)/(2*b);
w2 = (1-2*b - d)/(2*b);
x1  = sqrt(w1/a);
x2  = sqrt(w2/a);
c=linspace(0.01,10,300)';
y = rate(c);
table = [c y];
save -ascii leven_rate.dat table;
if (~ strcmp (getenv ('OMIT_PLOTS'), 'true')) % PLOTTING
plot (table(:,1), table(:,2));
% TITLE
end % PLOTTING

rate.m


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function retval = rate(c)
  global a b fixrate
  rate = c./(1+a*c.*c) + b*c;
  retval = rate;