Authors:C. U. Aniz, P. P. Robinson, K. K. Abdul Rashid, and T. D. Radhakrishnan Nair
, the temperature is varied by heating at a constant rate (β) with respect to time. Instead of employing a single heating rate, ‘multi-heating rate’ iso-conversional methods are employed to obtain more reliable kinetic results. These model-free methods
Authors:M. Toosi, B. Sabour, T. Hamuleh, and M. Peyrovi
Catalytic conversion of methane into aromatics has been an interesting subject for the beneficial utilization of natural gas [ 1 ]. In this way, methane can be selectively converted to aromatics such as benzene and
Authors:Marius Ciprian Rusu, Christophe Block, Guy Van Assche, and Bruno Van Mele
comparison between experiments using nitrogen or air as purge gas. The thermal properties of photo-polymerized samples were studied by modulated temperature DSC (MTDSC). Complementary FT-IR measurements were carried out to evaluate the conversion of the
Authors:Victoria Curia, Jorge Sambeth, and Luis Gambaro
concentration was 8%, and the rest was synthetic air. Conversion and selectivity were studied by mass spectrometry.
Results and discussion
The atomic percent compositions obtained by EDS are listed in Table 1 . From
heating rates and the results were compared with the data obtained from isothermal dilatometric tests.
Finally, the conversion degree for any isothermal treatment was calculated starting from the parameters obtained by non-isothermal dilatometric
Authors:Alfonz Plško, Marek Liška, and Jana Pagáčová
, resp. α ( T ) and d α ( T )/d T from DTA curve as proportional to the area under the DTA curve after subtracting the baseline, the following basic crystallization kinetic equations were considered [ 9 – 14 ]:
where α ( t ) is the conversion
Authors:C. A. Gracia-Fernández, P. Davies, S. Gómez-Barreiro, Beceiro J. López, J. Tarrío-Saavedra, and R. Artiaga
-reversing are used to identify the processes reflected in the HF rev and HF nonrev signals, respectively.
Curing reaction studies performed by DSC are based on total heat flow measurements, which allows for calculation of the conversion degree, α
Authors:Xinzhi Chen, Hu Luo, Chao Qian, and Chaohong He
/alkyl halides is the usual synthetic method [ 2 – 4 ]. Although, the conversion appears simple, the synthetic method is limited due to the storage of the toxic aryl/alkyl halides and the generation of undesired equimolar amounts of waste salts. The direct
Authors:Jeong-In Yu, Hye-Ji Choi, Manickam Selvaraj, and Dae-Won Park
Reactivity test of the immobilized IL catalyst
Fig. 4 shows the time variant conversion of AGE and selectivity to AGC for MPR[hmim][Cl] at 120 °C under an initial CO 2 pressure of 1.27 MPa. The conversion increased up to 6 h, then it