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Le Chatelier Principle And Lhhw Reaction Kinetics Related?

Le Chatelier Principle And Lhhw Reaction Kinetics Related?

Le Chatelier Principle And Lhhw Reaction Kinetics Related?

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Dear ChemEs

I know that in reversible reaction the reaction will get forward or backsword depending on le chatelier principle.

But if we have multiple reactions happening on the surface of the catalysts, how the reactions get affected if we have for example higher pressure or higher heat removal rate?

For example, If have the LHHW kinetics data can it know their behavior? How?

If I have to do any experiments how should I any reference?

Can it be done through simulated microkinetic reaction or DFT?

Thank you so much for such a NOVICE post.

RE: Le Chatelier Principle And Lhhw Reaction Kinetics Related?

Please do not cross post.

Good Luck,
Latexman

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