The Fractal (BSf) Kinetics Equation and Its Approximations

@article{Brouers2014TheF,
  title={The Fractal (BSf) Kinetics Equation and Its Approximations},
  author={F. Brouers},
  journal={Journal of Modern Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={05},
  pages={1594-1601}
}
  • F. Brouers
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Journal of Modern Physics
We discuss the Brouers-Sotolongo fractal (BSf) kinetics model. This formalism interpolates between the first and second order kinetics. But more importantly, it introduces not only a fractional order n but also a fractal time parameter a which characterizes the time variation of the rate constant. This exponent appears in non-exponential relaxation and complex reaction models as demonstrated by the extended use of the Weibull and Hill kinetics which are the two most popular approximations of… Expand

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