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Numerical Solutions

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    Code \(\PageIndex{1}\) (Python):

    %%python3
    
    import numpy as np
    from scipy.integrate import odeint
    import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
    
    def rxn1st(C,t,*k):
       
      r1=k[0]*C[0] #k[0]*(concentation of A)
      
      dAdt=-r1 #rate of change of A decreased by forward reaction and increased by reverse reaction
      dBdt=r1 #rate of change of B increased by forward reaction and decreased by reverse reaction
      
      return(dAdt,dBdt)
    
    t=np.linspace(0,10,101) #the first number is the beginning point, the second number is the end, and the third is the number of points.
    C0=[1,0] #initial concentrations of A and B
    k1=1
    k2=0
    k=[k1]
    C=odeint(rxn1st,C0,t,(k1,k2))
    
    cA=C[:,0] #define cA to give the concentration from the first (zeroth) column of the C array
    cB=C[:,1] #define cB to give the concentration from the second column of the C array
    
    
    

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