An increasing of donor centres has been detected in n-InSb when it was submitted to anneal/quench with various annealing temperature (450 °C - 850 °C) and various annealing time (5 - 100 hours). A theoretical study of the kinetics of the conduction conversion of n-InSb at temperature annealing above 250 °C has been made. The present analysis indicates that the donor concentration increases with increasing of annealing time. In order to study this variation and to give a model for donor centres generated, a proposed model based on the simple kinetic is used to fit the variation of donor concentration as a function of annealing time. However, from the best fit of experimental data using the proposed model, the activation energy is determined.