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[ 15 ]. Initial mass loss (6.29%) at temperature around 100 °C was attributed to the evaporation of adsorbed water. The subsequence thermal degradations were due to oxidation of the volatile products and followed by the oxidation of charred residue [ 21

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors:
A. Caneiro
,
L. Mogni
,
N. Grunbaum
, and
F. Prado

orthorhombic phase with the consequence loss of oxygen conductor properties. However, the subsequence studies of Sr 1− x La x Fe 0.2 Co 0.8 O 3−δ system with 0 ≤ x ≤ 0.4 shown that the substitution of Sr 2+ by La 3+ prevents this phase transition

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