kinetic reaction

kinetic reaction

[kə′ned·ik rē′ak·shən]
(mechanics)
The negative of the mass of a body multiplied by its acceleration.
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The Kissinger model [10, 11] uses an nth-order expression to model the kinetic reaction, defined as
r] is computed for the kinetic reaction and is implicitly determined by the constrain condition imposed for the equilibrium reaction (Poinsot & Veynante, 2005).
It is the need to bring you into a realm that you don't experience often when you're walking down the street worrying about the state of the economy, how the movement of a leg can have a kinetic reaction in the brain," he says.
The kinetic reaction analysis incorporates the reaction mechanism described by Antoon and Koenig (33) and yields theoretical descriptions for the rate of monomer decay and the distribution of polymeric molecules at the time observation.
A new approach is applied to the fitting procedure for determining the kinetic reaction parameters of hydrocarbon generation.
The kinetic reaction (1) may be studied by using two types of approximations: model and homogeneous approximations.
The first part of the book reviews the effects of processing on the properties of metals with a range of chapters on such phenomena as phase transformations, types of kinetic reaction, transport and interfacial phenomena.
Editors Duncan and Klein (no affiliations given) have assembled the latest research in the field, covering such topics as CO oxidation over gold catalysts at low temperatures, kinetic reactions of calcium-based sorbents and the chemical modifications of carbon materials with fluorine.
All the kinetic reactions were carried out under pseudo-first order conditions in 60% aqueous acetic acid medium at 308 K unless other wise mentioned.
2 provides for increased reaction capabilities to model kinetic reactions expressed in a form consistent with Pro/II.
As the classic models (4) do not allow a correct conversion modeling, an original multi-step model is used to take into account all the kinetic reactions.
The presence of more than one exothermic peak is frequently reported in the literature for epoxy curing systems [26, 27] and phenolic resins [20, 28], and it is attributed to different and independent kinetic reactions amongst their components.