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Thermal transformation of polyacrylonitrile deposited on SBA-15 type silica

Effect on adsorption capacity of methyl–ethyl ketone vapor

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Rafał Janus, Piotr Natkański, Anna Wach, Marek Drozdek, Zofia Piwowarska, Pegie Cool, and Piotr Kuśtrowski

. 21. Pels , JR , Kapteijn , F , Moulijn , JA , Zhu , Q , Thomas , KM 1995 Evolution of nitrogen functionalities in carbonaceous materials during pyrolysis . Carbon 33 : 1641 – 1653 10

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accelerate the depolycondensation of PU matrix [ 26 ]. The second step of mass loss forms a carbonaceous material between 290 and 380 °C. The T max for TPU-1 at second steps is 316.0 °C, while T max for TPU-2 is 308.7 °C. It is found that flame retardant

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Ellen Denise P. Almeida, Adjane A. Costa, Mairim R. Serafini, Fábia C. Rossetti, Juliana M. Marchetti, Victor Hugo V. Sarmento, Rogéria de S. Nunes, Mário Ernesto G. Valerio, Adriano A.S. Araújo, and Ana Amélia M. Lira

crystallinity of the samples. TG curve of SA ( Fig. 2 ) showed two events of mass loss relative to the thermal decomposition ( T peak DTG = 296.9 °C e Δ m = 95.13%) followed by elimination of carbonaceous material. AlClPc presented a thermal event at

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; 41 : 2413 – 2424 . 10.1016/S0008-6223(03)00301-4 . 39. Mianowski , A , Bigda , R , Zymla , V . Study on kinetics of combustion of brick-shaped carbonaceous materials . J Therm

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, Tanada , S 2004 Adsorption of fluoride ions onto carbonaceous materials . J Colloid Interface Sci 275 : 35 – 39 10.1016/j.jcis.2003.12.031 . 32. Mjengera , H , Mkongo , G 2003

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Low temperature reactivity in agglomerates containing iron oxide

Studies in the Ca(OH)2–C–Fe2O3 system

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Ryan Robinson, Fabrice Patisson, and Bo Björkman

the prereduction stage of their experimental furnace [ 9 , 10 ]. Various studies have been found in the literature concerning gasification of carbonaceous material in the presence of different metal-based sorbents/catalysts, mostly at

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Introduction The combustion of various carbonaceous materials has increased the amount of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) in the atmosphere, which has consequently produced the greenhouse effect [ 1 – 3 ]. In order to solve this

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[ 37 ]. Several types of nanomaterials have shown very promising catalytic activity and stability [ 38 ]: metal oxides, carbonaceous materials, metal oxide–nanocarbon hybrid materials, metal–nitrogen complexes, transition metal nitrides, conductive

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