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Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology

Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology
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ISSN: 2157-7048

Kinetic Study Peer-review Journals

Kinetics is the study of rates of chemical reactions. Kinetics allows the chemists to predict how the speed of a reaction will change under a reaction conditions. The study of kinetics is very important because it can elucidate the information about the mechanism of a reaction and can also allow chemists to be more efficient in the laboratory. At higher concentrations a reaction will proceed more quickly. In a step wise reaction, the rate determining step (RDS) is the step with the highest energy transition state, also known as slow step. Kinetic studies are generally chemical steps performed to derive a suitable mathematic model that closely describes the rate of reaction and reaction mechanism. A kinetic study revealed that the termination reaction of polymerizations carried out in solution follows first-order kinetics, which indicates that under the conditions used the reaction takes place between the aziridinium group and an amino function of its own polymer chain forming a macrocyclic ammonium end-group.

Experimental variables that may be applied in kinetics studies in organometallic chemistry would be concentrations of reactants, solvent, or solvent mixture (changing the dielectric constant), temperature, and, in some instances, hydrostatic pressure. In the case of solvent change, the theory of Kirkwood can be considered, and variation of temperature can be treated employing the Eyring equation. A separate brief account of the value and significance of employing the pressure variable will be provided. When an aqueous medium is employed, and ionic species are reactants or are thought to be involved in the rate-determining step, variation of the ionic strength can be informative. In many cases the ionic strength may exceed the level for which Debye–Hückel theory is applicable.Therefore, use of the Brønsted–Bjerrum equation would not be permitted. 

Kinetic Study Peer-review Journals List:

International Journal of Chemical Kinetics Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism Kinetics and Catalysis  Journal of Human Kinetics  International Journal of Chemical Kinetics Reaction Chemistry & Engineering Journal of Applied Biomechanics


Relevant Topics in Biochemistry