New Methods of Parameter Identification in Kinetics of Closed and Open Reaction Systems

  • H. Lachmann
Part of the Progress in Scientific Computing book series (PSC, volume 2)


By means of multiwavelength spectrometry the inverse problem of chemical kinetics may be solved by analysing not the concentration matrix, but the absorbance matrix, directly. The number of linearly independent reaction steps can be determined by graphical matrix rank analysis. Closed and open reaction systems may be kinetically analysed with high precision and significance by simultaneous evaluation of absorbance-time curves at different wavelengths.


Isosbestic Point Phenyl Acetate Reaction Spectrum Excess Component Ordinary Differential Equation System 
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