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take into account the transesterification/esterification and side reactions during the processing. The extent of these reactions can affect the phase structure, mechanical and thermal properties of the blends and so on [ 7 – 13 ]. The progressive

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of Ni/C 1 –MoS 2 , Ni/C 16 –MoS 2 and Ni/C 16 –MoS 2 , in are reported in Fig. 6 . It is well known that there is a necessary relation between the HDS activity and the active phase structure of the catalysts. The sulfocarbide surface active phase

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: R. Carlini, C. Artini, G. Borzone, R. Masini, G. Zanicchi, and G. A. Costa

binary phase Sb 2 S 3 does not show any Co solubility. Table 2 Phase structure and composition observed by SEM and EPMA

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utilized industrially. The best examples are the impact modified plastics. Impact modifiers always form stable microheterogeneous systems with the matrix polymers. The partial compatibility, the phase boundary and the phase structure [ 6 ] are the keys for

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, 25 ] Conclusions Having answered the title question with a clear: “Yes,” the next step would involve developing a picture of the phase structure from the macrophase to nanophase scale, as was

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. Fig. 10 Crystallization processes of a – c 0.05W/0.1C and d the α-phase structures left behind after the separate melting of the β-phase at 155 °C Fig. 11

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Du RN Fu Q . Study on the phase structures and toughening mechanism in PP/EPDM/SiO 2 ternary composites . Polymer. 2006 ; 47 : 2106 – 15 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j

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interfere with the crystallization process, inducing modifications in the phase structure of the crystalline polymer. Material characteristics such as latent heat, solvent permeability, and biodegradability all depend on the crystallinity, and thus on the

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: J. J. H. Lancastre, F. M. A. Margaça, L. M. Ferreira, A. N. Falcão, I. M. Miranda Salvado, M. S. M. S. Nabiça, M. H. V. Fernandes, and L. Almásy

these materials. The dried sample exhibits Porod behaviour ( I ~ Q −4 ), at Q < 0.015 Å −1 indicating a two-phase structure with a characteristic size 2 π /0.015 ~ 400 Å, with smooth interfaces. This might be either a porous structure with

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: A. Derafa, M.-C. Record, D. Mangelinck, R. Halimi, and A. Bouabellou

]. Table 1 Crystallographic data of molybdenum, tungsten, and related silicides Phase

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