Study on Kinetics of Nano-Ni(OH)2 Powder Ethanol Desorption Process

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This paper studies on the thermal analysis kinetics of nanometer powders ethanol desorption process.The DTA-TG-DTG curves obtain by SDT 2960 Simultaneous DSC-TGA analysis apparatus. Under the condition of N2 atmosphere operation and rise temperature velocity was 10°C·min-1. The mechanism function is used to calculate the kinetics factors. Reaction progression n was obtained by calculation of the kissinger peak shape factor method. The results showed that the apparent activation energy of nano-Ni(OH)2 was 73.210 kJ·mol-1, the pre-exponential factor was 2.349×1012, the reaction progression was obtained as 1.2767, the kinetic equation is

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Z.S. Liu, L.P. Xu, X.D. Liang, Z.H. Wang and H.M. Zhang

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509-512

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F. Pan et al., "Study on Kinetics of Nano-Ni(OH)2 Powder Ethanol Desorption Process", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1015, pp. 509-512, 2014

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