The Piloyan activation energiesE of decomposition and the initial temperaturesTD of the exotherms of hexanitrobiphenyl (HNB), nonanitro-m-terphenyl (NONA), tripicryl-s-triazine (TPT) and 1,4,5,8-tetranitronaphthalene (TENN) have been determined by means of non-isothermal DTA. Due to its volatility in the zone of the beginning of thermal decomposition onlyTD values are specified fors-trinitrobenzene (TNB). From the values ofE ·TD−1 for HNB and from the derived values ofE ·TD−1 for TNB on the one hand, and from the published values of the Arrhenius parameters obtained by means of the manometric method on the other, relationships have been derived. The relationship betweenE ·TD−1and the standard activation enthropy is considered relevant.
assumptions. Moreover, we will provide some piece of advice to manipulate experimental data to apply isoconversional methods properly.
Non-constancy of the activationenergy
Originally isoconversional methods were based on the
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