Heterogeneous catalysis simulator, Strategic Management

1. Run the Heterogeneous Catalysis simulator for different initial conditions (initial partial pressures of species A, B, C, and D) to get the reaction rates;

2. Study the influence of each initial condition on the reaction rate;

3. Choose the right rate equation;

4. Propose the mechanism and the rate determining step (rds) accordingly;

5. Analyse th results.

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