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–O–CH 2 –C H 3 ; 1.6, m, –C H 2 –CH 2 –Ar; 2.02, m, –CH=CH–C H 2 –; 2.59, t, –C H 2 –Ar; 4.23, m, –C H 2 –O–P; 5.32, m, –C H =C H –; 6.99, s, Ar– H ( o - and p -); 7.22, t, Ar– H ( m -). 31 P NMR (121 MHz, CDCl 3 ) 64.2. GC/MS m / z (M + ): 454

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temperature ranges of reorganization and recrystallization for identification of their T g and T m [ 31 ]. Fig. 7 Thermal analysis of a quenched PBT sample Conclusions

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. Ishikiriyama , K , Todoki , M 1995 Evaluation of water in silica pores using differential scanning calorimetry . Thermochim Acta 256 : 213 – 226 10.1016/0040-6031(94)02174-M . 31. Schreiber

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calculation of DFE, the distance from equilibrium, according to Eq. 31 . DFE can represent the reactivity of solid fuels as well as α m : 31 Table 2 Values of calculated reactivity parameters for studied samples Sample LigB char hvCb char Coke Pressure

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used as a carrier. The following masses were assigned to the different substances: M18 (H 2 O), M28 (CO), M30 (formaldehyde), M31 (methanol), M32 (oxygen and/or methanol), M44 (CO 2 ), M46 (dimethyl ether), and M75 (methylal

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, AE , Schoeman , BJ , Sterte , J , Otterstedt , JE ( 1995 ) Zeolites . 15 : 611 10.1016/0144-2449(95)00070-M . 31. Lowe , BM , Nee , JRD , Casci , JL ( 1994 ) Zeolites . 14

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