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The importance of this type of analysis, using the Arrhenius equation
, lies in providing a way to analyze a system as a whole.
The temperature dependence is defined by Arrhenius equation
(5), were k is the rate constant:
The effect of temperature on 5-HMF accumulation could be taken into account by means of the Arrhenius equation
(Figure 4), with values of [E.
If no other variables change, the drying rate is proportional to the diffusion coefficient so that S also varies with temperature in accordance with the Arrhenius equation
where A is a pre-exponential factor of the Arrhenius equation
To study the stability at -80[degrees]C, we used an accelerated stability testing protocol based on the principle of the Arrhenius equation
(8), which describes a linear relationship between the logarithm of the reaction rate constant (e.
Semiconductor reliability testing is intimately associated with the Arrhenius equation
and the log-normal distribution.
Also, linear curve fitting was performed to calculate pre-exponential factor and activation energy in the Arrhenius equation
where x is the degree of advance, t is time, and k represents the Arrhenius equation
As well, water activity, bulk density, and activation energy using the Arrhenius equation
of the orange bagasse were determined in order to establish the effectivity of the drying process.
The effect of temperature on viscosity was shown by Arrhenius equation
The parabolic rate constants obey the Arrhenius equation
Diffusion coefficients were determined from the weight change data and an activation energy was obtained via Arrhenius equation
This shows Arrhenius equation
is valid for this reaction.