In this paper, the Sinc-collocation method is applied to solve a system of coupled nonlinear differential equations that report the chemical reaction of carbon dioxide CO2 and phenyl glycidyl ether in solution. The model has Dirichlet and Neumann boundary conditions. The given scheme has transformed this problem into some algebraic equations. The approach is quite simple to handle and the new numerical solutions are compared with some known solutions, which shows that the new technique is accurate and efficient.
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Zabihi, F. (2024). The use of the Sinc-collocation method for solving steady-state concentrations of carbon dioxide absorbed into phenyl glycidyl ether. Computational Methods for Differential Equations, 12(4), 857-865. doi: 10.22034/cmde.2024.55413.2304
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Fatemeh Zabihi. "The use of the Sinc-collocation method for solving steady-state concentrations of carbon dioxide absorbed into phenyl glycidyl ether". Computational Methods for Differential Equations, 12, 4, 2024, 857-865. doi: 10.22034/cmde.2024.55413.2304
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Zabihi, F. (2024). 'The use of the Sinc-collocation method for solving steady-state concentrations of carbon dioxide absorbed into phenyl glycidyl ether', Computational Methods for Differential Equations, 12(4), pp. 857-865. doi: 10.22034/cmde.2024.55413.2304
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Zabihi, F. The use of the Sinc-collocation method for solving steady-state concentrations of carbon dioxide absorbed into phenyl glycidyl ether. Computational Methods for Differential Equations, 2024; 12(4): 857-865. doi: 10.22034/cmde.2024.55413.2304