Compensation effect as a consequence of vibrational energy transfer in homogeneous and isotropic heat field
By kinetics of decomposition of solids in both isothermal and non-isothermal conditions, the compensation effect (CE) is rather a rule.
The topic of this work is to suggest an activation mechanism which leads to the dependences similar with CE.
The solid is assimilated to a system of the harmonic oscillator with a Bose-Einstein energy distribution.
An important consequence, a correlation between the isokinetic temperature and the spectroscopic wavenumber of the activated bond, is illustrated by a number of decomposition reactions under non-isothermal conditions.
Keywordsactivation mechanism compensation effect isokinetic temperature vibrational energy
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