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Thermogravimetric analysis of methyl methacrylate-graft-natural rubber . J Appl Polym Sci 85 : 2952 – 2955 10.1002/app.10937 . 30. Flynn , JH 1980 Degradation kinetics applied

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Thermal degradation of rice husks on a pilot plant

Utilization of the products as adsorbents for oil spill cleanup

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: S. Genieva, S. Turmanova, A. Dimitrov, P. Petkov, and L. Vlaev

-poly(vinyl chloride) composite . J Thermal Anal Calorim . 12. Arayapranee , W , Naranong , N , Rempel , GL 2005 Application of rice husk ash as fillers in the natural rubber industry . J Appl

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Waste and fuels from waste

Part I. Analysis of thermal decomposition

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Danuta Król and Sławomir Poskrobko

mixtures due to their characteristic DTG peak temperatures (for heating rates of 10 K/min, the maximum degradation rates reported are located in the temperature range of 650 K for NR (natural rubber), 720 K for SBR (styrene–butadiene rubber) and 740 K for

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, Das , A , Thakur , V , Mahaling , RN , Bhowmick , AK , Heinrich , G 2010 Preparation and properties of natural nanocomposites based on natural rubber and naturally occurring halloysite nanotubes . Mater Des 31 : 2151 – 2156 10.1016/j

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. Bell , C. L. M. ( 1965 ). Oxidative stress relaxation of natural rubber vulcanizates at high strains . Journal of Applied Polymer Science , 9 ( 9 ), 3101 – 3109 . Braun , T , Schubert , AP

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sisal/oil palm hybrid fiber-reinforced natural rubber composites . Polym Compos. 27 : 671 – 680 . 10.1002/pc.20250 . 18. Guimarãesa , JL , Frollini , E , da Silva , CG , Wypychc

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-006-7676-1 . 16. Rao , V , John , J . Thermal behavior of chitosan/natural rubber latex blends TG and DSC analysis . J Therm Anal Calorim . 2008 ; 92 : 3 801 – 808 . 10.1007/s10973

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by the MNCs. Electrical devices (such as electrical connectors and systems) and material sciences and engineering (such as natural rubbers) were among the prominent fields of technology that had increasing number of patents (USPTO 2008

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Drug, bio-affecting and body treating compositions 2 0 524 Synthetic resins or natural rubbers—part of the class 520 Series

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