Abstract

Measurements in kinetic absorption spectrophotometry are analyzed on the basis of the theory of linear systems of equations. An estimation can be made of how many species at least take part in the reaction. If the reactants and their absorption spectra are known and if the latter are linearly independent, the concentrations as functions of time can be calculated, too. There is no restriction to certain orders of reactions.

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