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The temperature dependence based on the Arrhenius equation (Eq.
Diffusion coefficient, D, the amount of a particular substance that diffuses across a unit area in unit time, often obeys the activated transition state theory and its temperature dependence can be expressed by the Arrhenius equation, (22), (23) equation (1):
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The effect of T on the kinematic viscosity of liquid is described by means of the Arrhenius equation (1) which describes the exponential decrease of kinematic viscosity versus T [8,9,10]:
1]] is the reaction rate constant expressed by the Arrhenius equation (2) where A [[s.
n], where n is the order of reaction, the temperature dependence of k is expressed by the Arrhenius equation
The relationship between the rate at which a reaction proceeded and its temperature was determined by the Arrhenius Equation.
The rule of thumb, based upon the Arrhenius equation, is that a 10[degrees]C temperature rise translates to a twofold increase in reaction rate.
Sestak and Berggren, 1971) In order to describe the change of crystallization rate as a function of temperature, the Arrhenius equation was used for homogeneous kinetics in isothermal processes (ASTM, 2008).
The crystallization rate constant can be approximately described by the following Arrhenius equation [30]:
These tests should be run at various temperatures so that the Arrhenius equation can be applied.
For this aim, the member lnA in the Arrhenius equation
1 the term of k, the temperature dependence of the rate constant, is expressed by the Arrhenius equation
The Arrhenius equation can be used to determine the activation energy for a reaction.