zero-order reaction


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a reaction that proceeds at a particular rate independently of the concentration of the reactant or reactants.
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What is the half-life in a zero-order reaction if the starting concentration was 150 ppm and the reaction rate constant was 0.25 [week.sup.-1]?
The treatment-wise data on non-exchangeable K release with time were subjected to 4 kinetic reaction equations: first-order reaction, zero-order reaction, parabolic diffusion reaction, and Elovich equation.
In literature, zero-order reaction is shown as below, model generally defined as reactant independent kinetic model.