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py·rol·y·sis

(pī-rol'i-sis),
Decomposition of a substance by heat.
[pyro- + G. lysis, dissolution]

pyrolysis

[pīrol′isis]
the decomposition of a chemical compound by the application of heat.

py·rol·y·sis

(pī-rol'i-sis)
Decomposition of a substance by heat.
[pyro- + G. lysis, dissolution]

py·rol·y·sis

(pī-rol'i-sis)
Decomposition of a substance by heat.
[pyro- + G. lysis, dissolution]

pyrolysis (pīrol´isis),

n the breaking down of a substance through the application of heat.

pyrolysis

decomposition by heating; said of organic materials.
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Figure 5 shows the effect of fine oil shale ash on the yield of pyrolytic products of oil shale obtained by retorting oil shale and ash mixture at different mass ratios in a fixed bed reactor [31].
This study focused on identifying and characterizing the physical properties of raw pyrolytic liquid (shell bio-oil) produced from the shell of the oil palm fruit.
Distillation of the pyrolytic oil yields approximately 20% light naphtha, 6.
Neutrons are extracted from the primary NG-7 beam using a dual-crystal parallel-tracking pyrolytic graphite monochromator system.
Its applications include coke (metallurgical industry), artificial graphite (electrodes), ultra-pure graphite (nuclear industry), carbon black (tires, ink), pyrolytic graphite (Air, X-ray diffraction, electrical conductivity, heat-resistant parts), carbon fibers (aviation, aerospace, sporting goods), activated charcoal (purification process), synthetic diamond (electronic, cutting and abrasive industry).
Contract Awarded for Highly-oriented pyrolytic graphite (hopg) crystals/plates
Made of titanium and pyrolytic carbon, these robust valves have never failed in more than 1,300 implants of the SynCardia Total Artificial Heart, accounting for well over 5,000 valves and over 30 years of use.
No data were also found on the use of solvent swelling to investigate changes in oil shale organic matter structures up to temperatures of oil shale thermobitumen formation (up to 350-400 [degrees]C)--before the onset of major pyrolytic processes.
Sapwood blocks of white pine and American beech were impregnated in a two-step treatment with either a 5 percent copper chloride solution or a mixture of 5 percent copper chloride and 2 percent sodium borate followed by impregnation with a phenol-formaldehyde resin containing various concentrations of a softwood-bark-derived pyrolytic oil.
Certincoat Low E (low emittance) glass coatings technology allows the production of pyrolytic (hardcoat) Low E coatings on flat glass used in insulated glass (IG) units, monolithic applications, and storm windows, reports the company.
Durasphere is composed of pyrolytic carbon-coated beads, which can be seen on x-ray.
In this present investigation the use of polymethylsilane (PMS) as a pyrolytic precursor to silicon carbide was examined.