Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2009

Subject: LCSH

Chemical systems

Disciplines

Chemical Engineering | Chemistry | Mechanical Engineering

Abstract

A mathematical concept known as Parrondo’s paradox motivated the development of several novel computational models of chemical systems in which thermal cycling was explored. In these kinetics systems we compared the rates of formation of product under cycling temperature and steady-sate conditions. We found that a greater concentration of product was predicted under oscillating temperature conditions. Our computational models of thermal cycling suggest new applications in chemical and chemical engineering systems.

Comments

This is the authors' accepted manuscript of the article. The version of record can be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/B900288J .

DOI

10.1039/B900288J

Publisher Citation

Osipovitch, D.C., Barratt, C. and Schwartz, P.M. Systems Chemistry and Parrondo’s Paradox: Computational Models of Thermal Cycling, New Journal of Chemistry, 33(10), 2022, 2009.

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