Kinetic study and simulation of methyl linoleate oxidation in micelles
The results of experiments and computer simulations on the radical-chain oxidation of methyl linoleate in micelles are reported. The reaction rate constants included in the developed mathematical model are estimated. The ratio of the rates of first-order and bimolecular chain termination is examined. It is demonstrated that the rate constant of bimolecular chain termination in micelles is lower than that in the homogeneous phase.
Keywordsmethyl linoleate micelle Triton X-100 Kinetics-2012 computer simulation biological oxygen monitor chain oxidation ratio of first-order and bimolecular chain termination
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