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Reactive uptake of a gas-phase molecule by a liquid particle. 68b) Γsurf = cX kdes represent the eﬀects of bulk and surface reactions, respectively. In these expressions, HX is the Henry’s law coeﬃcient which relates the equilibrium concentration of molecule X in the gas phase to the concentration of the same species in the liquid phase. R is the gas constant, T is the temperature, and ks is the ﬁrst-order loss rate coeﬃcient for molecule X on the surface of the particle. 5 , where a is the radius of the particles, accounts for the sphericity of the particles.
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If chemistry is much faster than transport for that particular species, then the direct eﬀects of transport can be neglected to a ﬁrst approximation. This will be discussed in more detail in Chapters 3 and 5. 28) where kb represents the reaction rate constant (expressed in cm3 molec−1 s−1 for a two body reaction). 30) where the rate coeﬃcient is now expressed in cm6 molec−2 s−1 . Very often, one of the reactants is not directly involved in forming the reaction products, but assists in promoting the reaction by transferring energy through collisions with the other reactants.