Results show that (1) using critical temperature of thermal explosion, free energy of activation
of decomposition reaction and self-accelerating decomposition temperature as criterions, the thermal stability, heat resistance ability and thermal safety of the three compounds decrease in the order of DNPP > MNPP >CNPP, but using energy gap and total energy as criterions, the thermal stability decreases in the order of DNPP > CNPP > MNPP, therefore, DNPP is the most stable compound among the three compounds; (2) Among of the three compounds, DNPP possesses the maximum theoretical density (1.
The free energy change ([DELTA]G), enthalpy change ([DELTA]H), entropy change ([DELTA]S) and energy of activation
i] is the free energy of activation
of a reaction, n, is the order of a reaction, m is the stage number of a reaction, and [w.
Table 5 thus gives compiled data for various kinetic parameters, that is, energy of activation
Abstract: Excess molar volume V E , energy of activation
6E , Gibbs energy change 6G and entropy change6S have been investigated for this study density and viscosity measurements of Acetonitrile (AN), 3-hydroxypropionitrile(3-HPN) and 50% mixture of AN + 3-HPN and alkali metal bromides (Li,Na,K,Rb and Cs)Br in AN, 3-HPN and50%AN+3-HPN over the concentration range (0.
Energy of activation
for thermal denaturation was determined from Arrhenius plots.
In the first experimental series given in table 1, compound variations in accelerator, oil and carbon black in SBR/NR were made, with results of the energy of activation
The effect of chemically stable surface active inhibitors is to increase the energy of activation
and to decrease the surface area available for corrosion.
The activation energy value allowed the determination of different thermodynamic parameters, such as the enthalpy, entropy and Gibbs free energy of activation
, according to equations 17, 18 and 19 (JIDEANI; MPOTOKWANA, 2009).
The value of activation energy (Ea) of the catalyzed and the uncatalysed paths is consistent with the accepted view that a slow reaction would require a higher energy of activation
and also that the reactions are catalysed by Mn (II) under the reaction conditions.
The kinetic parameters, such as order of the degradation (n), energy of activation
(E), frequency factor (A) and entropy change ([DELTA]S) for each step are reported in Tables 3 to 5.
2+], the adsorbate molecules need a certain energy of activation
to cross the potential barrier (Panday et al.