Another important objective of this study was an attempt to determine the structural and thermalproperties of the compound obtained.
In the experiments the following reactants were used: Al 2 O 3 , a.p. (POCh
Authors:Przemysław Rybiński, Grażyna Janowska, Małgorzata Jóźwiak, and Agnieszka Pająk
studies on polymer-based nanocomposites have been extensively carried out in order to find their promising alternatives to traditional composites, though mainly focused on general mechanical, thermalproperties, and filler dispersion. Properties of
Authors:Grażyna Janowska, Agnieszka Kucharska-Jastrząbek, and Przemysław Rybiński
vulcanization time ( τ 0.9 ) at a temperature of 160 °C was determined by means of a WG-2 vulcameter according to standard PN-ISO 3417:1994.
The thermalproperties of nanobentonites and nanobentonite-containing vulcanizates were tested under air
Authors:Anikó Kovács, Katalin Badakné Kerti, and László Somogyi
confectionary systems. Here, we investigated differences in the texture properties, the viscosity and thermalproperties of the blends. Materials and methods Commercial sugar (sucrose), stevia and xylitol were used in this study. Palm oil was purchased from
Authors:A. Czylkowska, D. Czakis-Sulikowska, A. Kaczmarek, and M. Markiewicz
± 0.5 K, using 1 × 10 −3 mol L −1 solutions of complexes in methanol (MeOH), dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) and dimethylformamide (DMF). The thermalproperties of complexes were studied by TG, DTG and DTA techniques; TG, DTG and DTA curves were recorded on
of the OK-102/1 type equipped with an OK-902 electrode at 298 ± 0.5 K, using 1 × 10 −3 mol L −1 solutions of complexes in methanol, dimethylformamide, and dimethylsulfoxide. The thermalproperties of complexes in air were studied by TG
glass crystallization, determined from the DSC curve.
For the purpose of examination of the thermalproperties of the glass-waste mixtures, their thermal analysis was carried out. Measurements were taken using the STA 449 Jupiter F3 apparatus of
We present an improved methodology for a thermal transient method enabling simultaneous measurement of thermal conductivity
and specific heat of nanoscale structures with one-dimensional heat flow. The temporal response of a sample to finite duration
heat pulse inputs for both short (1 ns) and long (5 μs) pulses is analyzed and exploited to deduce the thermal properties.
Excellent agreement has been obtained between the recovered physical parameters and computational simulations through choosing
an optimized pulse width.