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TG, DTA, pyrolytic GC and mass spectrometry methods were used to study the effect of (bis(2-chloroethyl)l-bromovinyl phosphonate on the thermal- and thermooxidative destruction of acetylcellulose. On heating the BVP-containing AC in air the initiation and intensive decomposition of the polymer was found to occur at a reduced temperature. In an inert atmosphere one can also observe a decrease in the characteristic AC decomposition with increasing BVP. The modification results in an accelerated process of dehydration and deacetylation. The effective energy of deacetylation activation (between 220 and 270 °C) decreases from 135 to 80 kJ/mol on the addition of 5.0 wt.% BVP. A comparative study of the mass spectra of the modified AC subjected to stepwise heating up to 300 °C at a rate of 10 deg/min was carried out.

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