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The dispersion equation can be written as ... where ... (i.e., here a first-order reaction is considered), ... , ... is the dimensionless axial position in the reactor, ... is the reactor's residence time, ... is the reactant's inlet concentration, and ... is the Peclet number ( ... ). These split-boundary conditions apply: ... and ... (i.e., the so-called closed ends' boundary conditions). This Demonstration plots the dimensionless exit concentration ... versus ... for various values of the ... number (the blue curve). For very high ... numbers, one recovers the plug flow reactor (the red curve).

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