Authors:X. Wang, X. Li, H. Yan, Y. Qu, G. Sun, X. Xie, and Y. Zhang
The kinetic characteristic of thermal decomposition of the Emulsion Explosive Base Containing Fe and Mn elements (EEBCFM)
which was used to prepare nano-MnFe2O4 particles via detonation method was investigated by means of non-isothermal DSC and TG methods at various heating rates of
2.5, 5 and 7.5°C min−1respectively under the atmosphere of dynamic air from room temperature to 400°C.
The results indicated that the EEBCFM was sensitive to temperature, especially to heating rate and could decompose at the
temperature up to 60°C. The maximum speed of decomposition (dα/dT)m at the heating rate of 5 and 7.5°C min−1 was more than 10 times of that at 2.5°C min−1 and nearly 10 times of that of the second-category coal mine permitted commercial emulsion explosive (SCPCEE). The plenty
of metal ions could seriously reduce the thermal stability of emulsion explosive, and the decomposition reaction in the conversion
degree range of 0.0∼0.6 was most probably controlled by nucleation and growth mechanism and the mechanism function could be
described with Avrami-Erofeev equation with n=2. When the fractional extent of reaction α>0.6, the combustion of oil phase primarily controlled the decomposition reaction.
Authors:G. Zhong, J. Shen, Q. Jiang, Y. Jia, M. Chen, and Z. Zhang
Four ethylenediamine-N,N,N′,N′-tetraacetate complexes with Sb(III)-M-Sb(III) polynuclear structure (M=Co(II), La(III), Nd(III), Dy(III)) are synthesized. [Sb2-μ4-(EDTA)2Co(H2O)2]·5.15H2O is characterized by single crystal X-ray diffraction. The crystal structure of [Sb2-μ4-(EDTA)2Co(H2O)2]·5.15H2O belongs to monoclinic system, space group P21/n, lattice parameters: a=6.9969(2), b=20.8705(4), c=10.8106(2) Å, β=90.031(1)°, V=1578.66(6) Å3, Z=2, Mr=1007.76, Dc=2.120 g cm−3, F(000)=1001, μ=2.323 mm−1, the final R=0.0235 and wR=0.0629 for 3480 observed reflections (I>2σ(I)). The powder X-ray diffraction patterns of the complexes are also measured. Elemental analyses, FTIR spectra, TG-DSC and
DTA of [Sb2(EDTA)2Ln]NO3·nH2O are performed. FTIR spectra reveal that the antimony and other metallic ions were connected through the carboxylate bridges.
The thermal analysis can demonstrate the complex formation of the antimony, other metallic ions and EDTA. The possible pyrolysis
reactions in the thermal decomposition process of the complexes, the experimental and calculated percentage mass losses are
Authors:Y.-Q. Zhang, X.-C. Zeng, Y. Chen, X.-G. Meng, and A.-M. Tian
On the basis of the theory of thermokinetics proposed in the literature, a novel thermokinetic method for determination of the reaction rate, the characteristic parameter method, is proposed in this paper. Mathematical models were established to determine the kinetic parameters and rate constants. In order to test the validity of this method, the saponifications of ethyl benzoate, ethyl acetate and ethyl propionate, and the formation of hexamethylenetetramine were studied with this method. The rate constants calculated with this method are in agreement with those in the literature, and the characteristic parameter method is therefore believed to be correct.In the light of the characteristic parameter method, we have developed further two thermo-kinetic methods, the thermoanalytical single and multi-curve methods, which are convenient for simultaneous determination of the reaction order and the rate constant. The reaction orders and rate constants of the saponifications of ethyl acetate and ethyl butyrate and the ring-opening reaction of epichlorohydrin with hydrobromic acid were determined with these methods, and their validity was verified by the experimental results.
Authors:G. Liu, L. Zhang, X. Qu, Y. Li, J. Gao, and L. Yang
A new model has been deduced by assumed autocatalytic reactions. It includes two rate constants, k1 and k2, two reaction orders, m and n, and the initial concentration of [OH]. The model proposed has been applied to the curing reaction of a system of bisphenol-S
epoxy resin (BPSER), with4,4'-diaminodiphenylmethane (DDM) as a curing agent. The curing reactions were studied by means of
differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). Analysis of DSC data indicated that an autocatalytic behavior showed in the curing
reaction. The new model was found to fit to the experimental data exactly. Rate constants, k1 and k2 were observed to be greater when curing temperature increased. The activation energies for k1 and k2 were 95.28 and 39.69 kJ mol–1, respectively. Diffusion control was incorporated to describe the cure in the latter stages.
Authors:G. Kennedy, J. St-Pierre, K. Wang, Y. Zhang, J. Preston, C. Grant, and M. Vutchkov
The relative thermal, epithermal and fast neutron fluxes were measured in the inner and outer irradiation sites of three Slowpoke reactors and one Miniature Neutron Source (MNS) reactor by the bare triple monitor method. Using the measured neutron spectrum parameters and a compilation of published k0 and Q0 values, activation constants were calculated for the most intense gamma-rays of all nuclides commonly used in NAA. The resulting table of constants can be used to standardize NAA measurements for all elements when combined with relative efficiency measurements and the measurement of the thermal neutron flux with one standard. The observed constancy of the neutron spectra suggests that these activation constants are valid for all 14 Slowpoke and MNS reactors.
Authors:J. Wang, B. Bao, M. Wu, X. Sun, X. Zhang, J. Hu, and G. Ye
This paper reports on the qualitative and quantitative analyses of light hydrocarbons produced by radiation degradation of
N,N-diethylhydroxylamine. The results show that when the absorbed doses are between 10 and 1000 kGy, the main light hydrocarbons
are methane, ethane, ethene, propane and n-butane. Their volume fractions are increased with the increase of the dose. The
volume fraction of ethene is also increased at low doses with the increase of the dose, but it is decreased with the increase
of dose at high doses.
Authors:Y. Zhao, C. Zhang, C. Qi, S. Feng, G. You, Z. Fu, F. Guo, and R. Wang
Two peptide ligands conjugated adenine, [9-N-(tritylmercapto acetyl diglycyl aminoethyl) adenine, Tr-MAG2-Ade] and [9-N-(tritylmercapto acetyl triglycyl aminoethyl) adenine, Tr-MAG3-Ade], are synthesized and labeled with 99mTc by directly labeling method. The stability of 99mTc-MAG2-adenine and 99mTc-MAG3-adenine in vitro is measured. The uptake radios of tumor to muscle at 3h post-injection are 5.70 and 4.92, respectively.
The biodistribution and scintigraphic imaging studies show that the two complexes have high localization in tumor and high
contrasted tumor images can be obtained, which suggest their potential utility as tumor imaging agents. But the high radioactivity
of abdomen could prevent the tumor imaging in this area.
Authors:J. Wang, M. Wu, B. Bao, Zh. Li, Q. Wang, X. Zhang, and G. Ye
This paper reports the study of hydrogen and carbon monoxide produced by radiation degradation of N, N-dimethylhydroxylamine
(DMHA). The results show that when the concentration of DMHA is between 0.1M–0.5M and the dose is between 10–1000 kGy, the
volume fraction of hydrogen is very high and increases with the dose. The volume fraction of hydrogen is little dependent
on the concentration of DMHA at lower dose but increases with increasing concentration of DMHA at higher dose. The volume
fraction of carbon monoxide is very low.