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Nomenclature x' Axial coordinate y' Transverse coordinate y Dimensionless distance to the surface t' Time t Dimensionless time u' Velocity component in x' direction v' Velocity component in y' direction u Dimensionless axial velocity u' P Wall velocity u P Dimensionless wall velocity V 0 Scale for suction velocity C' Concentration C w Wall concentration C ∞ Concentration away from the wall C Dimensionless concentration T' Temperature T w Wall temperature T ∞ Free stream temperature 𝜃 Dimensionless temperature k 1 Chemical reaction

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