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. 1997 . The “temperature integral”—its use and abuse . Thermochim Acta . 300 1–2 83 – 92 10.1016/S0040-6031(97)00046-4 . 15. Ozawa , T . 1965 . A new method of analyzing

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Isoconversional analysis of solid state transformations

A critical review. Part II. Complex transformations

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: J. Farjas and P. Roura

nucleation dominates in the last stages of the process. In contrast, the conventional integral methods fail to deliver this limiting value ( Fig. 2 a). In fact, they give a smoother evolution of E α because, as commented previously, the temperature integral

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Thermal decomposition kinetics of potassium iodate

Part I. The effect of particle size on the rate and kinetics of decomposition

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Author: K. Muraleedharan

reactions: evaluation of approximations to temperature integral and their applications . Solid State Sci 11 : 1375 – 1379 10.1016/j.solidstatesciences.2009.04.009 . 5. Vecchio , S , Rodante

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limit of the temperature integral in Eq. 16 is from T 00 to T b . We can directly get t 0 = 14.54 s, t 1 = 15.41 s, t 2 = 16.34 s from Eq. 16 , according to the above obtained data. As a rule, the rate order ( n ) of energetic

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Kang-Zhen Xu, Xian-Gang Zuo, Hang Zhang, Biao Yan, Jie Huang, Hai-Xia Ma, Bo-Zhou Wang, and Feng-Qi Zhao

specific heat capacity, we use: where a and b are coefficients. The combination of Eqs. 12 – 14 gives the following adiabatic time-to-explosion equation: The limit of the temperature integral in Eq. 16 is from T 00 to T b

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Thermal stability of ketoprofen—active substance and tablets

Part 1. Kinetic study of the active substance under non-isothermal conditions

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Dumitru Tiţa, Adriana Fuliaş, and Bogdan Tiţa

equation of the reaction rate for non-isothermal conditions at constant heating rate is generally written as: 4 where g (α) is the conversion integral and p ( x ) is the temperature integral. From the general equation, Eq. 4 , using Doyle

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reactive process. By reordering, the so-called temperature integral can be written as: 3 where β is the heating rate (d T /d t ) and g (α) an integral function of the degree of conversion. Equation 3 may be integrated employing Doyle’s approach

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Low temperature reactivity in agglomerates containing iron oxide

Studies in the Ca(OH)2–C–Fe2O3 system

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Ryan Robinson, Fabrice Patisson, and Bo Björkman

x = E / RT , β = d T /d t and the fourth-degree rational approximation of the temperature integral taken from Senum and Yang [ 21 ]: (11) we arrive at the expression, (12) As seen in Fig. 7 , the theoretical values of Z ( α ) for the most

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temperature integral . Thermaochim Acta. 2003 ; 408 : 39 – 43 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0040-6031(03)00310-1 . 15. Scaccia S Carewska

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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

/d t , Eq. 1 is transformed to: 2 The integral form of the conversion function, g ( α ), can be obtained by applying the integration on the Eq. 2 and by separating the variables: 3 where p ( x ) is the temperature integral: 4 The Eq. 3

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