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Their views parallel the views of those who favor the phenomenological description of systems of constant catalytic activity, as opposed to mechanistic descriptions. These differing viewpoints for systems of constant activity have been voiced in the literature (5, 26). Under the title of phenomenological description, we shall explore some of the mathematical forms of the deactivation function used in the literature. As will become evident, the blend of theory and empiricism varies consider ably among the different investigators.
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Activation, Deactivation, and Poisoning of Catalysts by John B. Butt