Stationary and non-stationary kinetics of the photoinitiated by Medvedevskikh, Yu. G

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O .. , is equal to s-rk(cP1). Since a rank d 21 is equal to n-1, we have p(c1=s-n + I. Since every vector r. 23) This equation represents the Horiuti rule [13], but it is specified by us as a number of a stoichiometric independent routes. 23) means that, knowing the basis from the p'cl linearly independent vectors y. 22) as a linear combination of the base ones. 24) This equation, as it was shown in Chapter 1, limits the number of linearly independent elements of the vector V and in the quasi-stationarity system the numbers • of 42 dynamically independent elementary reactions is equal to s'=s-n + 1.

Dinamika elemientarnykh processov v zhydkosti II Uspiekhi khimiji, 1979,48 (10), p. 1713. , and Gorban' A. Kineticheskije modeli kataliticheskikh reakcij, Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1983, 253 p. , Ostrovskiy G. Modelirovanije kinetiki heterogennykh kataliticheskikh processov, Moskva: Khimija, 1976, 248 p. [21] Tiomkin M. Kinetika stacionarnykh slozhnykh reakcij (in book "Mekhanizm i kinetika slozhnykh kataliticheskikh reakcij"), Moskva: Nauka, 1970, p. 57. This page intentionally left blank 35 Chapter 2.

79) is valid for any vector v and is not limited in any way by its composition. 80) The statement proven above can be considered a principle of independency of an elementary reaction in pre-quasistationary systems, the essence of it beiung that the rate of any possible elementary reaction in the pre-quasistationary systems cannot be found as a linear combination of the rates of the rest of the elementary reactions. 6. Characteristic numbers of a quasistationary closed (stationary opened) system Let us assume that in the closed system the condition t3 " << t4 * is valid, and a time from onset of indignation is in the range r3 * < < t - t 4 *.

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