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treated as the differential form of non-isothermal rate law. To obtain integral form of rate law Eq. 4 needs to be integrated with respect to “ T ” i.e., [ 13 , 18 ]: 5 where f ( α ) = (1 − α ) n ; n is the order of reaction; g ( α ) is integral

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Dragica M. Minić, Maja T. Šumar-Ristović, Đenana U. Miodragović, Katarina K. Anđelković, and Dejan Poleti

conversion functions from Table 1 . Fig. 3 Theoretical ( lines ) and calculated ( symbols ) master curves in differential form representing f (α)/ f (0.5) as a function of α for different conversion

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, it can be stated that the most probable mechanism function with the integral form g ( α ) = 1 − (1 − α ) 2/3 and differential form f ( α ) = 3/2(1 − α ) 1/3 belong to the mechanism of one-third order reaction ( F 1/3 ) [ 33 ]. The rate law

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