Cantera  2.1.2
Here is a list of all modules:
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oGlobal Data
|\Physical Constants
oError HandlingThese classes and related functions are used to handle errors and unknown events within Cantera
oInput File Handling
oDiagnostic Output
|oWriting messages to the screen
|\Writing HTML Logfiles
oTemplated Utility FunctionsThese are templates to perform various simple operations on arrays
oChemical Equilibrium
oEquilibrium Solver Capability
oChemical Kinetics
|oFalloff ParameterizationsThis section describes the parameterizations used to describe the fall-off in reaction rate constants due to intermolecular energy transfer
|\Kinetics Managers
oSurface Problem Solver Methods
oSurface Problem Bulk Phase ModeFunctionality expected from the bulk phase
oStoichiometryNote: these classes are designed for internal use in class ReactionStoichManager
oNumerical Utilities within CanteraCantera contains some capabilities for solving nonlinear equations and integrating both ODE and DAE equation systems in time
oODE Integrators
oSolvers for Equation Systems
oOne-Dimensional Reacting Flows
oSpectroscopic ModelsThese classes are used to simulate the absorption and emission spectra of molecules
\Models of Phases of MatterThese classes are used to represent the composition and state of a single phase of matter
 oElectric Properties of Phases
 oTransport Properties for Species in PhasesThese classes provide transport properties
 \Thermodynamic PropertiesThese classes are used to compute the thermodynamic properties of phases of matter
  oSpecies Standard-State Thermodynamic PropertiesIn this module we describe Cantera's treatment of pressure dependent standard states (PDSS) objects
  oManagers for Calculating Reference-State ThermodynamicsThe ThermoPhase object relies on a set of manager classes to calculate the thermodynamic properties of the reference state for all of the species in the phase
  oSpecies Reference-State Thermodynamic PropertiesThe ThermoPhase object relies on classes to calculate the thermodynamic properties of the reference state for all of the species in the phase
  \Managers for Calculating Standard-State ThermodynamicsTo compute the thermodynamic properties of multicomponent solutions, it is necessary to know something about the thermodynamic properties of the individual species present in the solution