Кинетика в термическом анализе - METTLER TOLEDO
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Кинетика в термическом анализе

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Кинетика изучает скорости протекания химических реакций. Метод исследует влияние температуры, катализаторов и других факторов на химические реакции и предоставляет информацию о механизме протекания реакции.  
Эта информация очень важна, например, для химической промышленности, для развития и безопасности исследований, для полимеров при изучении поведения отверждения реактопластов. 

Кинетические исследования могут применяться для простых и сложных реакций, позволяют смоделировать протекание реакций в различных условиях.

На интернет-семинаре мы обсудим основные принципы кинетических исследований и представим несколько интересных способов применения.  

Интернет-семинар проводится на английском языке. 
English , Deutsch , 中文 , Français , 日本語

Reaction kinetics dates back to the 19th century (Wilhelmy 1850 and Arrhenius 1889) and has since developed into a very useful method for chemists and physicists. 
It allows a reaction to be described in mathematical terms. Even more important is the possibility of predicting the behavior of a sample outside the practical measurement range. 
Reaction kinetics yields information on aging, oxidation stability, product lifetime, shelf life and process optimization without the need for time-consuming measurements. 
Model Free Kinetics is a new approach that makes no assumptions about the reaction model. As a result, you cannot choose the wrong model and the results become more reliable. 

The advantages of Model Free Kinetics are:

  • kinetic evaluations can be made without having to choose a reaction model,
  • the method can be applied to both simple and complex reactions,
  • simulation studies are possible, e.g. prediction of the reaction kinetics under other conditions.

In this Webinar, we will explain the fundamentals of reaction kinetics and describe some interesting application examples. 

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