Afterward, the

Arrhenius equation is applied, using the following formula:

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):

i]} will be a straight line only if k(T) verifies

Arrhenius equation (Eq.

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 equationThe 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 equation1 the term of k, the temperature dependence of the rate constant, is expressed by the

Arrhenius equationThe

Arrhenius equation can be used to determine the activation energy for a reaction.