Activation energy characteristics of chemically reacting species in multi-route complex reaction mechanism

Abstract

The multi-route reversible inhomogeneous chemical reaction involving seven chemical species is deliberated. To inspect the behavior of the common species, their activation energy and transition period have been measured before attaining equilibrium. It has been observed that some reaction routes complete their cycle before the others. The reason behind their completion is related to the species time period that remained involved in the reaction. Steady state behavior of chemical species is perceived. Graphical results are used to describe the physical aspects of measurements, while the difference is comparable in the tabulated form. The procedure is adopted by using MATLAB.

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Sultan, F., Khan, W.A., Shahzad, M. et al. Activation energy characteristics of chemically reacting species in multi-route complex reaction mechanism. Indian J Phys 94, 1795–1802 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12648-019-01624-2

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Keywords

  • Complex reaction
  • Transition time analysis
  • Activation energy
  • Reaction routes
  • Trees
  • Nodes

PACS Nos.

  • 02.30.Hq
  • 02.70.-c
  • 05.20.Dd
  • 34.50.Lf
  • 64.60.Fr