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Table 2 Reported and calculated activation energies

From: Effect of temperature and illumination on pyrite oxidation between pH 2 and 6

pH range T-range/°C Progress variable Dark/light Ea/kJ mol-1 Referencea
2–4 20–40 R Fe Dark 56.9 +/- 7.5 MBb
6.7h;8.5 3–25 Dark 88 N
11.4 50–80 Py loss Dark 55.6 CO-A1
10–12.5 50–84 Py loss Dark 60.9 CO-A2
5.4–6.4 25–37 Ro2 Dark 62.7+/-12.2 KObc
5.4–6.4 25–37 Ro2 Dark 66.1+/-5.9 KObd
3 20–47 R H Dark 54.4 This study
4 20–47 R H Dark 100.3 This study
5 20–47 R H Dark 64.6 This study
6 20–47 R H Dark 72.0 This study
3 20–47 R H Light 85.3 This study
4 20–47 R H Light 121.1 This study
5 20–47 R H Light 48.9 This study
6 20–47 R H Light 55.2 This study
2.3 20–47 Dark 50.7 This study
3 20–47 Dark 48.3 This study
4 20–47 Dark 70.8 This study
5 20–47 Dark 34 This study
6 20–47 Dark 45 This study
3 20–47 Light 64.2 This study
4 20–47 Light 74.5 This study
5 20–47 Light 89 This study
6 20–47 Light 64 This study
2.3 20–47 R Fe Dark 46.2 This study
3 20–47 R Fe Dark 56.3 This study
3 20–47 R Fe Light 55.8 This study
  1. aSources: MB = ref. 16; N = ref. 10; CO-A = ref. 52, 53; KO = ref. 54. bEa based on two rates measured at two temperatures. cActivation energy for stage III of their experiments when initial transient effects have dissipated. dActivation energy for stage IV of their experiments.