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attended first the Tain Royal Academy and then the Edinburgh University. In 1942, he obtained a B.Sc. with First Class Honours in Chemistry and, in 1944, he completed his Ph.D. thesis dealing with gas-phase reaction kinetics. In the same year, he joined the

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. Ghoroi , C , Suresh , AK 2004 Solid–Solid reaction kinetics: formation of tricalcium aluminate . AIChE J 53 : 2399 – 2410 10.1002/aic.11220 . 5. Mohamed , BM , Sharp , JH 2002

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polymerization of a dimethacrylate oligomer: 2. Kinetic studies . Polymer 40 : 1403 – 1409 10.1016/S0032-3861(98)00380-2 . 30. Watts , DC 2005 Reaction kinetics and

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.02. 8. Borchardt , HJ , Daniels , F . The application of differential thermal analysis to the study of reaction kinetics . J Am Chem Soc 1957 79 : 41 – 46 10.1021/ja01558a009 . 9

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. Kissinger , HE . Variation of peak temperature with heating rate in differential thermal analysis . J Res Nat Bur Stand . 1956 ; 57 : 217 – 221 . 18. Kissinger , HE . Reaction kinetics in

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. Kissinger , HE 1957 Reaction kinetics in differential thermal analysis . Anal Chem 29 : 1702 – 1706 10.1021/ac60131a045 . 23. Šesták , J 1990

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: A. Pétrissans, R. Younsi, M. Chaouch, P. Gérardin, and M. Pétrissans

(pseudo-compounds) whose decomposition obeys different laws [ 43 ]. It is usually assumed that, the reaction kinetics follows an Arrhenius law with two parameters: activation energy and kinetic constant. The mechanisms adopted in this study, is

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thermogravimetric curve is a function of the reaction kinetics and can hence be used to evaluate kinetic parameters for reactions involving mass changes [ 13 ]. The DTG curve is defined as the differentiate curve from TG, in which the sample mass loss is

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energies ( E ) of the sample were calculated from non-isothermal TG curves using the Freeman and Carroll equation [ 27 ], assuming a first order reaction kinetics. Although the maximum rate of degradation ( T max1 ) is similar for all polymers (320–330 °C

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the decomposition characteristics and reaction kinetics of biomass. Many pyrolysis parameters, such as heating rate [ 3 ], particle size [ 4 ], gas atmosphere [ 5 ], flow rate [ 6 ], catalyst [ 7 ], moisture content [ 8 ], and sample mass [ 9 ], have

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