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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: V. Sydorchuk, S. Khalameida, J. Skubiszewska-Zięba, and R. Leboda

reduction of S and V Σ . Micropore volume V mi for all the three mixed samples is lesser than that for silicagel, but this parameter monotonically increases with increment of AMP content in composition, whereas V me and V Σ , on the contrary

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Olga V. Alekseeva, Vladimir P. Barannikov, Nadezhda A. Bagrovskaya, and Andrew V. Noskov

Fig. 4 , specific heat capacity of the composites monotonically increases with temperature and increases abruptly at the phase transition. The dependence “measured values of C P versus temperature” was described by a linear equation

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expected to form in fresh breads enriched with chitosan. During the first stage of staling (first 2 and 3 days of storage at room temperature) bound water content in crusts increases with higher rate for breads containing chitosan. Non-monotonic changes of

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the evolution of the numerical, simulated PCM liquid fraction with time for these three wall temperatures. We see from Fig. 2 that liquid fraction is monotonically increasing with time in all the heated temperatures considered. The liquid fraction of

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. This arises as a result of the observed shift for the crystallization peak when changing β. Here, it is found that the calculated values of n varies in a non-monotonic approach and its average value is 0.86 ± 0.08 for Se 0.95 In 0.05 . That is, the

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mixtures of methanol with the examined alkanediols, the curves of Δ sol H ∞ (NaI) = f (x 2 ) run monotonically, with no extremum, within the methanol-rich range, and the slope of curves for the series of 1,2-alkanediols regularly increases with the

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Introduction This paper ensues an earlier study [ 1 ] wherein adsorption isotherm measurements for methane on a Maxsorb II specimen of activated carbon were reported. They were obtained with a monotonically increasing uptake up

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the framework. This creates heterogeneity of zeolites from point of view adsorption behavior. This is also reason, why the adsorption heats monotonically decrease from initial value with adsorbed amount of CO 2 to heats about 30 kJ/mol (as a result of

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-filled composites are shown Fig. 7 . Both T 10 and T 50 values for the composites decreased monotonically from the PET–PTT blend to 40 wt% MCC addition. It is obvious from Table 4 that the percentage of mass loss for composites increased from around 84% for

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Stefano Gialanella, Fabrizio Girardi, Gloria Ischia, Ivan Lonardelli, Maurizio Mattarelli, and Maurizio Montagna

hematite ( H-peaks ) as occurring during in situ heating experiments. GS material Coarsening of the coherently scattering domains occurs in an anisotropic way in goethite ( Fig. 3 ). A monotonic trend along the

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