New method estimates the parameters for evaluating process reactivity hazards

A new method of evaluating process hazards combines experimental thermal analysis, computational chemistry methods, and thermodynamic-energy relationships. This results in a better understanding of reaction stoichiometry for a given process, which allows better estimates of system thermodynamics and kinetics that are necessary to evaluate hazards of runaway reactions due to chemical reactivities.

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