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This work addresses the steady three-dimensional boundary layer flow of
fluid over a bidirectional stretching surface with homogeneous-heterogeneous
reactions. A system of ordinary differential equations is
obtained by using suitable transformations. Convergent series solutions are derived by
homotopic procedure. Impact of various pertinent parameters on the velocity and
concentration is discussed. It is noted that an increase in the Deborah number
decreases both the velocity components. Also concentration distribution decreases for
larger values of strength of homogeneous reaction parameter while it increases
for strength of heterogeneous reaction parameter.
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