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, reactive spheres: mean surface concentration C s of sphere 2 as a function of Re in configuration A at ? = 0.1 and Sc = 1. Lines correspond to model and markers correspond to numerical simulation

, aligned reactive spheres: mean surface concentration C s of sphere 3 as a function of Re in configuration A at ? = 0.1 and Sc = 1. Lines correspond to model and markers correspond to numerical simulation, vol.3

, aligned reactive spheres: mean volume concentration C v of sphere 1 as a function of Re in configuration A at ? = 0.1 and Sc = 1. Lines correspond to model and markers correspond to numerical simulation, vol.3

, aligned reactive spheres: mean volume concentration C v of sphere 2 as a function of Re in configuration A at ? = 0.1 and Sc = 1. Lines correspond to model and markers correspond to numerical simulation, vol.3

, aligned reactive spheres: mean volume concentration C v of sphere 3 as a function of Re in configuration A at ? = 0.1 and Sc = 1. Lines correspond to model and markers correspond to numerical simulation, vol.3