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. 10. Miyoshi , T , Pascui , O , Reichert , D 2004 Slow chain dynamics in isotactic-poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) crystallites near the glass transition temperature characterized by solid-state C-13 MAS exchange NMR

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of T h from −1.8 (a), −1.7 (b), −1.5 (c), −1.3 (d) to −1.1 °C (e), indicating that the amount of ice nuclei in the equilibrium sample decreased accordingly. Recrystallization of the melted part started immediately after the temperature dropped, and

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11 0.96 C 1.42 C 1.5 C 12 0.96 C 1.50 C 1.58 C

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ceramic pastes ranging in the tempering: A pure clay, B 2/3 clay + 1/3 temper, C 1/3 clay + 2/3 temper. Mass loss: m 1 at dehydration and m 2 at dehydroxylation Fig. 3

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: N. Barros, J. Salgado, M. Villanueva, J. Rodriquez-Añón, J. Proupin, S. Feijóo, and M. Martín-Pastor

. Knicker , H , Lüdemann , HD . N 15 and C- 13 CPMAS and solution NMR studies of N- 15 enriched plant material during 600 days of microbial degradation . Org Geochem 1995 23 : 329 – 341 10

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Thermal analyis of hexadecyltrimethylammonium–montmorillonites

Part 1. Thermogravimetry, carbon and hydrogen analysis and thermo-IR spectroscopy analysis

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Isaak Lapides, Mikhail Borisover, and Shmuel Yariv

–160 °C), 13.4% (160–350 °C), 7.0% (350–480 °C), 4.2% (480–655 °C), and 7.2% (655–900 °C), respectively. These results suggest that the type of the quasi-charcoal depends on the initial loading of the HDTMA–MONT. Carbon and

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Maria Lalia-Kantouri, Maria Gdaniec, Agnieszka Czapik, Konstantinos Chrissafis, Wieslawa Ferenc, Jan Sarzynski, and Christos D. Papadopoulos

) 1.4239(18) N(14C)–C(13C) 1

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was determined as C 13 H 12 N 3 OS 2 ClNi. The second decomposition stage at which the C 11 H 12 NOCl left out this intermediate product was observed in the temperature range of 547–708 K. The mass loss of this elimination was about 33.50% (Calc.:35

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porosity and other geometric factors [ 10 ]. It was found to be limited by diffusion even at fairly low temperatures (~600 °C) [ 13 ]. These effects are not expected to be significant for the small samples of micrometer-sized powders with narrow particle

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Artificial pozzolanic cement pastes containing burnt clay with and without silica fume

Physicochemical, microstructural and thermal characteristics

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: M. S. Amin, S. A. Abo-El-Enein, A. Abdel Rahman, and Khaled A. Alfalous

of producing geopolymer cements is 700 °C [ 13 ]. The object of this article is to study the physicochemical and mechanical properties of the hardened pozzolanic cement pastes made of OPC–BC blends, and the results were compared with those of

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