Tenua allows you to write your own chemical reaction equations and track the dynamics of each of the species in the system over time. A point in time can be selected to start the simulation at that time. It also allows you to specify how many time steps the simulation should take. It will automatically calculate the number of time steps it should take and report how accurate the simulation is.
Tenua can also be used to fit your chemical reactions to experimental data to calculate rate constants. It will fit the experiment to a non-linear regression to get the best fit rate constants.
Tenua can also be used to solve first order differential equations. It will automatically calculate the rate constants from the data and report on the quality of the fit. This is useful to calculate the steady state concentration of a species at a time. You can calculate the dynamic behavior of a species over time by fitting it to a first order differential equation. Tenua can also calculate the maximum reaction velocity for this differential equation to get the steady state concentration from.
This app also reports on the quality of the data for each species in the equation.
Tenua can be used to easily write out chemical equations to use within KINSIM. This is especially useful if you want to calculate the dynamics of different species in a chemical system.
For instance, if you wanted to model the dynamics of the logarithmic equation of a reaction you can use it to calculate the reaction rate. However, you can also calculate the rate constants of the reaction to compare to the ones in KINSIM.
Tenua has several KINSIM plugins. These plugins are particularly useful for analyzing the dynamics of a chemical reaction in KINSIM. You can use them to do the following:
1) The plugin is useful for finding the rate constants of a reaction. The plugin automatically solves a first order differential equation for each species in the reaction to calculate the rate constant.
2) The plugin is useful for finding the kinetics of the activation energy of a reaction. It finds the rate constant from fitting a non-linear regression to the activation energy data. The rate constant is then reported as the apparent activation energy and the activation energy as the apparent activation energy.
3) The plugin allows you to calculate the activation energy of a reaction. It finds the rate constants from fitting a non-linear regression to the activation energy data. It then reports on the energy of the transition state as the apparent activation energy eea19f52d2
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