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This publication surveys the present state of thermal analysis from a numerical aspect. It deals with the applied methods and techniques, the substances studied, and the journals publishing papers on thermal analysis.
Thermal analysis is found to be suitable methods to investigate the electrical aging of polyethylene.
Solid, primary aliphatic amine complexes of transition-metal halides
I. Thermal studies on RNH2 complexes of nickel(II) chloride withR=H, CH3, CH3CH2, CH3(CH2)2, (CH3)2CH, CH3(CH2)3, (CH3)2CHCH2
The thermal decomposition characteristics of the ternary mixed, solid, primary aliphatic amine complexes formed with nickel(II) chloride was investigated by a simultaneous TG-DTG-DTA method.
Solid, Primary aliphatic amine complexes of transition metal halides
II. Thermal analysis studies of RNH2 complexes of cadmium(II) chloride
The thermal decomposition of some new primary aliphatic amine RNH2 (R=methyl-, ethyl-,n-propyl,i-propyl,n-butyl-,i-butyl-,n-amyl-,i-amyl-, cyclohexyl-andi-allyl-) complexes with cadmium(II) chloride, prepared by solid-gas phase chemisorption, have been investigated by simultaneous TG-DTG-DTA. The enthalpy changes during the degradation were followed by DSC. The course of the thermal decomposition is described in detail. The thermal properties observed were compared to the more recently reported nickel(II) analogues. The changes in thermal parameters in the series of cadmium(II) chloride aliphatic amine complexes are discussed on the basis of the inductive releasing effect of the aliphatic chain and the steric hindrance of the ligands.