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Journal of thermal analysis

, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp 677–702 | Cite as

Isoparametric kinetic relations for chemical transformations in condensed substances (Analytical survey). II. Reactions involving the participation of solid substances

  • A. I. Lesnikovich
  • S. V. Levchik
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Abstract

Various manifestations of the kinetic compensation effect are considered in reactions involving the participation of solid substances under isothermal and nonisothermal conditions, as well as manifestations of other isoparametric correlations. It is shown that isoparametric correlations can be used for the analysis of solid-phase reactions and the exclusion of artefacts in nonisothermal kinetics.

Keywords

Polymer Physical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Solid Substance Chemical Transformation 
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Zusammenfassung

Verschiedene Erscheinungen des kinetischen Kompensationseffektes bei unter Beteiligung von festen Substanzen unter isothermen und nichtisothermen Bedingungen verlaufenden Reaktionen werden erörtert, ebenso Erscheinungen anderer isoparametrischer Korrelationen. Es wird gezeigt, daß isoparametrische Korrelationen zur Analyse von Festphasenreaktionen und zum Ausschluß von Artifakten in der nicht-isothermen Kinetik herangezogen werden können.

Резюме

Рассмотрены различн ые случаи проявления кинетического компе нсационного эффекта в реакциях с у частием твердых веще ств, протекающих в изотер мических и неизотерм ических условиях, а также случ аи проявления других изопараметрических соотношений. Показана возможност ь использования изопараметрических соотношений при анал изе реакций твердых веществ и иск лючения артефактов в неизотермической ки нетике.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. I. Lesnikovich
    • 1
  • S. V. Levchik
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Physico-chemical problemsBelorussian State UniversityMinskU.S.S.R

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