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Kinetic Compensation Effect: Facts and Fiction of Linear Plots Using Arrhenius Law

  • J. Šesták

Abstract

The deviation from the linear law In k = a + B/T may be caused by either (i) insufficient choice of the particular form of basic kinetic equation, or, (j) virtual correlation of the terms A and B/T. A quantitative estimation can be found through the angle at which these functions A and B/T meet each other in the Hilbert space.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Šesták
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  1. 1.Institute of Physics of the Czechoslovak Academy of SciencesPrahaČSSR

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