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theme correlativeness. As a matter of curiosity the most best cited papers were related to the topic of reaction kinetics studied by means of thermal analysis. Some tangible data and comparisons For the JTAC (IF = 1.59) the

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experiment, as protonation of the different deprotonated positions could take place at different wave lengths [ 11 ]. The kinetics of the proton transfer reactions of copper(II)- [ 10 , 11 ] and nickel(II) tetraglycine [ 7 ] complexes have been

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Emília Illeková, Jana Harnúšková, Roman Florek, František Simančík, Igor Maťko, and Jaroslava Švec Sr.

), the foamy form of Al can be produced. It is sure that the decomposition kinetics directly affects the foaming kinetics, see Fig. 1 [ 2 ]. Moreover, in the open air atmosphere, certain relation between the dehydrogenation and the oxidation of titanium

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catalysts of this type were found to be able to maintain relatively simple as well as fairly complex reactions. To illustrate the specifics of the kinetics of such reactions compared to those occurring in conventional adsorbed overlayers, the author analyzed

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consideration has not been given to the systematic studies on the reaction kinetics of cyanide ion in micellar media. This paper reports a systematic study of the kinetic effect of anionic micelles of sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) on the reaction of

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at a certain temperature, and the heat transfer in the IL is slow thus the temperature lags behind. With these, long-term isothermal TG has become the preferred method to observe and model the decomposition kinetics of ILs [ 14 , 15 ]. Most

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-temperature region gives the values for the burning surface temperature which drastically disagree with experimental data obtained by thermocouple measurements. Classical isothermal methods of chemical kinetics absolutely cannot be used for solution of the mentioned

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matrix [ 7 , 10 ]. However, the detailed studies on the effects of nanoclay on the thermal kinetics of PP in the PPCNs have not been found in the literature. Therefore, in this work, the effects of nanoclay on the thermal decomposition and

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, a small particle size in range of 0–40 μm was used in the experiments. Theory applied to determine kinetics parameters The kinetic analysis of solid–state decomposition is usually based on a single

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Abstract  

3-Deoxy-D-erythro-hexos-2-ulose bis (thiosemicarbazone) (I) readily obtained from d-glucose reacts with copper acetate hydrate to give the corresponding chelate (II). The complex (II) was acetylated to give the corresponding tri-O-acetyl derivative (III). The (I), (II), and (III) were used as optically active curing agents for diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A (DGEBA)-based epoxy resin, and the cure reaction was studied by the non-isothermal DSC method. The maximum exothermic temperature (T p) of curing of DGEBA-(III) system shifted about 313 K toward lower temperature in comparison with the T p of DGEBA/(II) system. The average E a values obtained by using Kissinger–Akahira–Sunose (KAS), Flynn–Wall–Ozawa (FWO), and isoconversional methods for non-isothermal curing of DGEBA-(I), DGEBA-(II), and DGEBA-(III) systems are 95.8, 135.5, and 85.8 kJ mol−1, respectively. The higher reactivity of (III) toward epoxide groups can be due to better solubility of the (III) in DGEBA as a result of acetylation of hydroxyl groups.

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