```
defk(T, n): #rate constants
if n == 1:
return Kb * T / h * np.exp(-gibbs / (R * T))
elif n == 2:
return Kb * T / h * np.exp(-gibbs1 / (R * T))
def ktot(T, n): # Total rate constant
_t = 0.0
for m in range(n):
_t += k(T, m + 1)
return _t
```

I squeezed it like above, but it came out as below

```
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Users\1\Desktop\University\Python\main.py", line 259, in <module>
_time += -1 * np.log(r) / ktot(T2, 2) #t value cumulative increase
File "C:\Users\1\Desktop\University\Python\main.py", line 52, in ktot
_t += k(T, m + 1)
TypeError: 'int' object is not callable
```

2022-09-20 15:08

The error [__] object is not callable is an error that occurs when you write something like a function, not a function.

In the question, the `'int' object is not callable`

error occurred for `k(T, m+1)`

, which means that `k`

is a variable of type `int`

rather than a function. Perhaps an integer variable called `k`

is used in the middle of the code, so the function defined by `defk(...)`

is obscured (called shadowing).

2022-09-20 15:08

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