Regularities in the Kinetics of Thermal Dissociation of Solids

  • Janusz. J. Pysiak


Theoretical considerations involving the theory of analytical geometry made it possible to represent the known Arrhenius equation as a projection correlation. It has been shown that the known regularities in the kinetics of thermal dissociation are simple consequencies of fundamental concepts of projection geometry.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Janusz. J. Pysiak
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  1. 1.Institute of ChemistryTechnical University WarsawBranch at PlockPoland

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