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Journal of thermal analysis

, Volume 35, Issue 4, pp 1111–1117 | Cite as

Reaction kinetics by thermal analysis

  • E. M. Kurian
Article

Abstract

The application of thermal analysis in the study of reaction kinetics and reaction mechanisms in combination with presently available powerful analytical tools, in the sphere of materials with particular reference to high energy materials is presented and discussed. Also an attempt has been made to correlate the kinetic data obtained by TA with the performance characteristics, for some important materials.

Keywords

Polymer Physical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Thermal Analysis Performance Characteristic 
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Zusammenfassung

Es wird die Anwendung der Thermoanalyse bei der Untersuchung der Reaktionskinetik und des Reaktionsmechanismus in Zusammenwirkung mit den gegenwärtig zur Verfügung stehenden leistungsfähigen analytischen Werkzeugen auf dem Gebiet von Materialien mit speziellem Bezug auf energiereiche Stoffe dargestellt Und besprochen. Es wurde auch versucht, die durch TA erhaltenen kinetischen Daten einiger wichtiger Stoffe mit deren Leistungskenndaten in Beziehung zu stellen.

Резюме

Представлено и обсу ждено применение термического анали за в комбинации с другими доступными аналитическими мет одами для изучения реакционн ой кинетики и механизма реакций в ысокоэнергетическ их материалов. Предпринята также попытка скоррелир овать кинетические данн ые, полученные мето дом ТА, с эксплуатационными характеристиками некоторых особо ва жных материалов.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. M. Kurian
    • 1
  1. 1.Explosives Research and Development LaboratoryPuneIndia

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