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This phenomenon was further studied by Rienacker and Hansen (3), and by Rienicker and Volter (30). On copper sheets, silver powder and iron powder, the decomposition was always perfectly zero-order, but on nickel “inhibited zero-order kinetics” were found (see Fig. 3), and the A D 61 (mm Hg) t =- 4- P ~ = 3 . 6rnrn 0 Hg 32- P ~ = l 6 0 m r nHg 1I 10 20 30 --. 3. Pressure increase aa a function of time in the static decomposition of formic acid on Ni-films at 190°C with different initial pressures P, [according to Rienacker and Hansen (3)].