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These images are taken from the collection of example simulations included with Kinetiscope. Click on each thumbnail image for a full-scale view.

A simple single reactor reaction scheme

This is a reaction scheme modeling the circadian rhythms of cyanobacteria, as described by N. Bentenitis in J. Chem. Ed. 85, 1146 (2008). The list of reactions comprising the mechanism and a graph of simulation results are shown.

The image shows Kinetiscope running on Linux Mint.

A reaction scheme including electrochemical steps

This reaction scheme simulates the redox chemistry of ferricyanide under conditions of a linearly varying voltage. The Reaction Step Editor dialog window, and graphs of concentration versus time and current versus voltage are shown.

The image shows Kinetiscope running on Mac OS X.

A reaction-diffusion simulation

This three-dimensional reaction scheme is configured to calculate the evolution of the latent image in a thin polymeric photoresist film during post-exposure thermal processing. A Transfer Step Editor dialog window is shown along with a three-dimensional graph of the chemical state of the film at one point in the thermal process.

The image shows Kinetiscope running on Microsoft Windows 10.

A compartmental reaction scheme

This reaction scheme simulates the pharmacokinetics of propofol, an intravenous anaesthetic. The reaction scheme employs a programmed external stimulus to administer the drug as series of bolus doses.

The image shows Kinetiscope running on Microsoft Windows 7.

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