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Industry Reviews The principle objective of this book is to stimulate research that will extend available theory towards a greater understanding of solid-state decompositions and the properties of solids that control reactivities. Theory and Background Introduction Stoichiometry and extent of decomposition Kinetic models for solid-state reactions The influence of temperature on reaction rate Analysis and interpretation of experimental kinetic measurements Characterization of reactants, decomposition intermediates and products, and the formulations of mechanisms Thermal Decompositions of Selected Ionic Solids Thermal hydration of hydrated salts Thermal dehydration of hydroxides The thermal dissociation of oxides Decomposition of other binary compounds Decomposition of azides Decomposition of carbonates Decomposition of metal perhalates, halates and halites Decomposition of metal salts of various oxyacids Decomposition of ammonium salts The thermal decompositions of metal salts of organic acids Decompositions of coordination compounds The present position and prospects for future progress in studies of thermal decompositions of solids Glossary Index Table of Contents provided by Publisher.
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Thermal Decomposition of Solids and Melts pp Cite as. By the kinetic description of decomposition reactions of solids one usually understands analysis of isothermal?? Such an analysis reduces essentially to choosing the equation that fits best the real kinetic curves.
The set of equations derived from different models describing the mechanisms of separate stages induction, acceleration, and deceleration , or of their combination, is well known and provides a basis for what is presently called formal kinetics [1—8]. The information obtained in this way on the contribution of these stages to the observed kinetics is used to develop mechanisms and schemes for the evolution of the decomposition process with time.
This approach is not capable, however, of yielding any data on the thermochemical characteristics of a reaction including the composition and stoichiometry of the products, the enthalpy and the entropy of the process and on how the decomposition rate is affected by experimental conditions, such as the temperature and the presence of gaseous products in the reaction system. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
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