Authors:S. Vyazovkin, A. Lesnikovich, and I. Romanovsky
Mathematical analysis has shown that invariant kinetic parameters (IKP) correspond to the real kinetic curve even in the case when the equation prescribing this curve is not used for the calculation of parameters. It has been proved that IKP values coincide with those obtained for isothermal conditions. The theory is verified by calculations using model experimental data. The IKP stability to random experimental errors is studied.
Authors:S. V. Vyazovkin, I. S. Romanovsky, and A. I. Lesnikovich
A method is suggested for a generalized kinetic description of solid-phase processes on the basis of the complementarity principle. It enables one to obtain spectra as discrete distributions of the probability of describing a process in terms of kinetic functions according to their ordinal numbers. The spectra obtained make it possible to control changes in the behaviour of a solidphase process due to changing process conditions.
Authors:A. I. Lesnikovich, S. V. Vyazovkin, and I. S. Romanovsky
The possibility of describing complex processes by means of the KEKAM equation is demonstrated. The extensive descriptive ability of this equation can be explained within the nontraditional methodology of inverse kinetic problem solving.