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usually ∼30–50 %. The fillers generate stronger elastomers and are of great influence on the thermal stability and flammability composites. Organic and inorganic fillers, such as carbon black or silica, are often added to the elastomers. Usually

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Hellyda K. T. A. Silva, Thiago Chellappa, Fabíola C. Carvalho, Edjane F. B. Silva, Tarcísio A. Nascimento, Antônio S. Araújo, and Valter J. Fernandes Jr.

[ 8 ]. Rudnik et al. [ 9 ] presented thermogravimetrical results, which correlates with the oxidative thermal stability. This study aims to compare the thermal stability of biodiesel from different oils obtained through TG and P-DSC dynamic mode

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Kaia Tõnsuaadu, Kārlis Agris Gross, Liene Plūduma, and Mihkel Veiderma

understand the chemical and structural make-up of the apatite. The study and further use of apatites thus requires a degree of thermal stability, and is the basis of this review. Apatite structure Apatites are a diverse group of

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blockers, etc. [ 9 – 11 ]. The reports about the synthesis of PANI/CeO 2 composite have been found [ 12 , 13 ]. However, survey of the literature reveals that thermal stability and degradation behavior of the composite have not been studied

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Rosiane M. C. Farias, Marta M. Conceição, Roberlúcia A. Candeia, Marta C. D. Silva, Valter J. Fernandes Jr., and Antonio G. Souza

]. The aim of this study was to evaluate biodiesel blends of passion fruit and castor oil in different proportions, determining physical–chemical properties and its thermal stability. Experimental Pre-treatment of

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: F. Xu, L. Sun, J. Zhang, Y. Qi, L. Yang, H. Ru, C. Wang, X. Meng, X. Lan, Q. Jiao, and F. Huang

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Heat capacities of the carbon nanotubes (CNTs) with different sizes have been measured by modulated temperature differential scanning calorimetry (MDSC) and reported for the first time. The results indicated the values of C p increased with shortening length of CNTs when the diameters of CNTs were between 60 and 100 nm. However, the values of C p of CNTs were not affected by their diameter when the lengths of CNTs were 1–2 um, or not affected by the length of CNTs when their diameters were below 10 nm. The thermal stabilities of the CNTs have been studied by TG-DTG-DSC. The results of TG-DTG showed that thermal stabilities of CNTs were enhanced with their diameters increase. With lengths increase, the thermal stabilities of CNTs increased when their diameters were between 60 and 100 nm, but there is a slight decrease when their diameters were less than 60 nm. The further DSC analyses showed both released heat and T onset increased with the increase of CNTs diameters, which confirms the consistency of the results from both TG-DTG and DSC on CNTs thermal stability.

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Hieronim Maciejewski, Izabela Dąbek, Ryszard Fiedorow, Michał Dutkiewicz, and Mariusz Majchrzak

ionic liquids [ 36 ]. Studies presented in this study were aimed at determining thermal stability of hybrid materials based on different epoxy functional siloxanes and (poly)siloxanes crosslinked with various diamines as well as at determining

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application, a critical examination of their thermal stability against the crystallization is very essential. Therefore, there have been considerable attempts to investigate the thermal stability of glassy superionic/amorphous conductors in the last few years

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compare the thermal stability and crystallization kinetics of 60B 2 O 3 –40PbO, 60B 2 O 3 –40Bi 2 O 3 , and 60B 2 O 3 –30Bi 2 O 3 –10PbO glasses. Thermal stability of these glasses were achieved in terms of the characteristic temperatures such as the glass

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Introduction The unique physicochemical properties, such as high thermal stability, negligible vapor pressure, high thermal conductivity, low-melting point, and wide electrochemical window, of room temperature ionic liquids

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