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How Do We Introduce the Arrhenius Pre-Exponential Factor (A) to Graduate Students?

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A simple and easy understanding of Arrhenius pre-exponential factor (A) is described in this article for a graduate class-room lecture.

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Jagannadham, V. (2010). How Do We Introduce the Arrhenius Pre-Exponential Factor (A) to Graduate Students?. Creative Education, 1, 128-129. doi: 10.4236/ce.2010.12019.

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