Starting from the general idea of reaction kinetics, their classification, concentrations, and chemical equilibrium, we will focus on their activation energy and complexity arising during the chemical reaction. As in complex and higher-dimensional chemical problems, we need special arrangements, specifically, in the case when a system attains different completion paths or several routes. The stiffness of the system can be removed if we distinctly measure their available reaction routes and get a comparison between them and overall reactions. Secondly, the construction and comparison of the invariant region of the manifold based on the modern decomposition techniques in different available reaction routes allow us to discuss the dynamical properties of the system.
Part of the book: Advanced Chemical Kinetics