How do you make a differential equation for such?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Say for example. I have two reactions in series, A → R and R → S going in a gas-phase reaction. If I'm correct, the ODE for the conversion of A is

dXA/dt = kA*[(NAo/vo)*(1-XA)/(1+δA*YAo*XA)]*[(vo/NAo)*(1+δA*YAo*XA)].

I don't know now how to get the differential equation for R since it's a series reaction - or is there another method for me to get the values of A, R, and S simultaneously? Please keep it simple. Thanks.

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# Differential equations for series variable volume reactions

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