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., 2001 ; Uzun et al., 2007 ). This method has been investigated recently. It has been referred to a method, in which biomass, such as waste, is thermally decomposed at ordinary and reasonable temperature in the range of 150 and 900 °C, in the absence of

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.W. McCabe D. Flath J. Grasmeder M. Percy 2010 Mechanism of thermal

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catalysts was monitored by the percentage weight loss in relation to the temperature from the range of 0–1,000 °C. The weight losses that were observed at temperatures below 600 °C can be attributed to the thermal decomposition of water, citrate precursor

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. (1989): The thermal decomposition of carbohydrates. Adv. Carbohydr. Chem. Biochem. , 47 , 203-207. The thermal decomposition of carbohydrates. Adv. Carbohydr. Chem. Biochem

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, M. , 2008 . Thermal decomposition system of the minerals and the application of thermogravimetry in the earth science . Annual Report of the Geological Institute of Hungary 2006 . MÁFI . Budapest . 169 - 183

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28.1 wt%, respectively. Thermal decomposition profiles of sawdust wood biomass are given in Fig. 5 . From Fig. 5 , TG and DTG profiles of SWWs are similar to those TG and DTG profiles of several types of biomass described in the literature ( Varma

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. Schultz , R. D. , Dekker , A. O. ( 1955 ) The absolute thermal decomposition rates of solide: Part I . The hote-plate pyrolysis of ammonium chloride and the hot-wire pyrolysis of polymethylmethacrylate (Plexiglas IA). Symposium (International) on

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