In the non-isoconversional (single heating rate) variant T([alpha]) data is used to calculate an A,E pair for each [beta] value, but the ICTAC advises not applying it (Brown et al., 2000; Burnham, 2000; Maciejewski, 2000; Roduit, 2000; Vyazovkin, 2000; Vyazovkin et al., 2011).
Following the ICTAC guidelines the analysis was isoconversional, i.e.
This differs from the function proposed in the original data source; but it is the result of a single heating rate analysis, contrary to ICTAC recommendations (Jiao-Qiang et al., 2009).
Part A: The ICTAC kinetics project-data, methods and results.
Part D: The ICTAC kinetics project--multi-thermal-history model-fitting methods and their relation to isoconversional methods.
Part B: The ICTAC kinetics project--the decomposition kinetics of calcium carbonate revisited, or some tips on survival in the kinetic minefield.
Part E: The ICTAC kinetics project-numerical techniques and kinetics of solid state processes.