activation energy

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Synonyms for activation energy

the energy that an atomic system must acquire before a process (such as an emission or reaction) can occur

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1] are stress exponents, Q is the activation energy, R is the gas constant, T is the temperature, [sigma] is the steady flow stress, [[sigma].
In this method (commonly known as model-free methods), the activation energy is calculated from the experimentally obtained temperatures from different heating rates at each conversion point.
Where Ea, R, Ko and T are activation energy for the hydration process in kJ.
18] implemented activation energy distribution methods for kerogen pyrolysis.
The values of activation energy vary for different agricultural products: wheat, 42.
The activation energy of diffusion is one of the important parameters, as it reflects the diffusion, which represents the necessary energy to go over the energy barrier during the movement of the atom from one equilibrium position to another equilibrium position.
1]; k is the speed constant; E is the activation energy, J/mol; R is the universal gas constant, J/(mol x K); T is the temperature, K; [alpha] is the degree of transformation, %.
The ninth paper evaluates the Modgil-Virk formulation of single activation energy model of radiation damage annealing in SSNTDs.
The lower second substitution activation energy for our lithium reagent (negative [DELTA][DELTA]E) and the higher second step for our Grignard reagent (positive [DELTA][DELTA]E) supports the experimental findings where organolithium reagents are only capable of producing the disubstituted product.
Seven research papers are also included, reporting on such matters as the effect of natural aging on some plastically deformed aluminum alloys using two different techniques, determining the activation energy for the formation and migration of thermal vacancies in 2024 aircraft material using different techniques and methods, and an annealing study of aluminum-magnesium wrought alloys using two different techniques and estimating the activation enthalpy of migrating defects.
Activation energy (Ea) for pyrolysis and combustion reactions was calculated as 35.
The optimum operational parameters (temperature of the light bulb, temperature of the flowing gases), the activation energy of oxygen adsorption () and the activation energy of oxygen desorption () were determined and analyzed.
Currently, expensive materials like iridium or ruthenium oxide are used to overcome the activation energy barrier for the electrolytic splitting of [H.
Low-stress creep is apparently dominated by grain boundary sliding, as evidenced by the low stress exponent (n [approximately equal to] 4), low activation energy (Q [approximately equal to] 42 kJ/mole), and significant grain rotation during creep.