Authors:B. A. Howell, H. Dangalle, and M. Al-Omari
, collection procedure was repeated four times. The crude product was recrystallized from ethanol to afford 190.30 g (69.3% yield) of 4-nitrophthalimide as yellow crystals, mp 203 °C (DSC). ([ 6 ], 198 °C), decomposition onset 203 °C (TG): FTIR (ATR, cm −1
Authors:Eveline De Robertis, Gabriela F. Moreira, Raigna A. Silva, and Carlos A. Achete
difficult to conclude anything based only in esters boiling points, for example, and there is no evidence of decomposition processes.
Together with TG/FTIR data, some remarks can be done. These studies also tested biodiesels thermal behavior under
Authors:Kelly C. Teixeira, Gabriela F. Moreira, Welber G. Quirino, Cristiano Legnani, Raigna A. Silva, Marco Cremona, Hermi F. Brito, and Carlos A. Achete
resulting in the more stable tris-species. This does not happen for the Li[Eu(dbm) 4 ]·4H 2 O, which is thermally more stable, as the TG-FTIR measurement indicates.
The TG-FTIR results suggest that Li[Eu(dbm) 4
Authors:Shuang Hu, Yuan Hu, Lei Song, and Hongdian Lu
combustion properties were evaluated through microscale combustion calorimetry (MCC) experiment. In addition, TG, Real Time FTIR, and TG-FTIR were used to investigate the thermal degradation process of the materials. SEM and Raman diffusion measurements were
Authors:Ao Hou, Ze Wang, Wenli Song, and Weigang Lin
from Inner Mongolia of China is taken as the initial raw material, and its gasification characteristics is investigated by non-isothermal TG, FTIR, and X-ray diffraction (XRD) methods. The main objective of the study is to investigate the catalytic
Galvagno , S , Casu , S , Martino , M E Di Palma Portofino , S 2007 Thermal and kinetic study of tyre waste pyrolysis via TG–FTIR–MS analysis . J Therm Anal Calorim 88 2 507 – 514 10.1007/s10973-006-8409-1 .
Authors:Ahu Gümrah Dumanli, Sinem Taş, and Yuda Yürüm
heat transfer limitations, was thinly distributed in the crucible in the experiments. The experiments were replicated at least twice to determine their reproducibility, which was found to be satisfactory.
The TG–FTIR runs were carried out in a
a function of the temperature, the mass loss of the sample as a function of the temperature, and the quantitative analysis of the evolved gases.
Evolved gas analysis (EGA) using hyphenated TG-Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (TG-FTIR