Authors:A. Mukherjee, S. Mishra, and N. Krishnamurthy
of Eq. 6 is called the temperatureintegral, which does not have an analytical solution.
If it is assumed that x = E/RT , then reduces to ; where P( x ) is an infinite function of x . Hence, substituting the values of temperature
Authors:C. U. Aniz, P. P. Robinson, K. K. Abdul Rashid, and T. D. Radhakrishnan Nair
uses the Coats–Redfern approximation of the temperatureintegral. The method is based on the measurement of temperatures for each conversion degree α and different heating rates β. The integral form of the KAS equation is,
where A = Arrhenius