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Ar·rhe·ni·us

(ă-rē'nē-ŭs),
Svante, Swedish chemist and Nobel laureate, 1859-1927. See: Arrhenius doctrine, Arrhenius equation, Arrhenius law, Arrhenius-Madsen theory.
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Figure 3 illustrates an Arrhenius plot for tensile strength generated using the values in Table 1.
The [beta] process, associated with the subglass local dynamics, follows an Arrhenius temperature dependence.
These were then compared to pressure and concentration dependent shift factors generated from an Arrhenius analysis to determine if it could be used to predict the required [T.
where k" is a dimensional coefficient that includes the Arrhenius pre-exponential factor.
He would also like to create a master curve of slip speed versus shear stress for all temperatures using Arrhenius shift factors.
In figure 3, an example Arrhenius plot can be viewed that uses the same data as figures 1 and 2.
max] the temperature corresponding to the inflection point of the thermal degradation curves which corresponds to the maximum reaction rate, A Arrhenius constant, [[alpha].
Working with pen and paper for a year, Arrhenius arrived at figures for how much the doubling of atmosphere carbon dioxide from burning of fossil fuels would eventually raise the average global temperature.
It was close with (Niklas) Arrhenius (the second-place finisher at 190-2)," said Robertson, who won the Pac-10 title two weeks ago and was third in the NCAA meet last season while competing for SMU.
Measured OTR values demonstrated Arrhenius temperature sensitivity.
The storage stability as the aqueous solution was examined with the use of the Arrhenius relationship between temperature and degradation rate according to Garrett and Carper (7).