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Abstract: Many chemical reactive methods, like combustion, catalysis, and biochemical involve homogeneous–heterogeneous chemical reaction (HHCR). The collaboration among the heterogeneous and homogeneous reactions is exceedingly multifarious, including the creation and depletion both within the liquid and catalytic surfaces. Here, we observe the influences of Cu and Al2O3 nanoparticles past an elongating sheet under HHCR. An inclined magnetic field with an acute angle is applied to the direction of the flow. Further, ra… Show more

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“…Hussien et al 21 explored the heat transfer of hybrid nanofluids in the presence of thermal radiation. Al-Kouz et al 22 investigated the role of heat transfer with nanocomposites in chemical reactions. Mahesh et al 23 looked into the importance of hybrid Nanofluid flow over discs with entropy generation enhancement.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hussien et al 21 explored the heat transfer of hybrid nanofluids in the presence of thermal radiation. Al-Kouz et al 22 investigated the role of heat transfer with nanocomposites in chemical reactions. Mahesh et al 23 looked into the importance of hybrid Nanofluid flow over discs with entropy generation enhancement.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Heat relocation on a hybrid nanofluid with a homogeneous/heterogeneous response was studied by Al-Kouzand co-workers. [ 16 ]. Al-Kouz et al [ 17 ] and Mahanthesh et al [ 18 ] studied dusty hybrid nanofluid through a vertical surface.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hussien et al [15] examined the thermophysical properties of the MWCNTS/GNPs nanofluid over conventional fluid. Al-Kouz et al [16] conducted heat transfer on a hybrid nanofluid with a homogenous heterogeneous reaction. Al-Kouz et al [17] and Mahanthesh et al [18] considered the boundary layer flow of a dusty hybrid nanofluid past a vertical plate.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%