Researches on the Cumulative (Non-isothermal) Reactions Ⅱ. : A Novel Method to estimate Reaction velocity Constant k and Activation Energy E.
1. A quite novel method of estimating velocity constant and activation energy of a chemical reaction based on non-isothermal reaction theory was developed.
2. This new process need no thermostat, and velocity constants in a wide range of temperatures may be estimated by a single experiment of a non-isothermal reaction.
3. The results are so accurate that the mean relative error in percent calculated vs. experimental values of reaction proguess were within 0.2% (sometimes 0.1%) .
Departmental Bulletin Paper
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Reports of the Faculty of Engineering, Tottori University
鳥取大学工学部研究報告, 1970, 1(1), 41-44
Faculty of Engineering/Graduate School of Engineering