pyrolysis

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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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That has encouraged us to bring in the Bio-Oil 200ml as a practical skincare product with bigger volume.
However, the WH utilization from small diesel engines for heating up bio-oils in order to improve their properties equally to the properties of diesel fuel was almost not mentioned, although bio-oils are renewable and be able to rival to fossil fuels [14].
The other pollutants found in the contaminated wastewater derived from the bio-oil process include aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, phenols, and furans (Klass 1998, Basu 2010, Caldeira-Pires et al.
When the pyrolysis temperature was increased from 350 to 450C the quantity of bio-oil increased to a maximum value i.
Researchers used computer simulations to explore what happens to a common bio-oil byproduct.
The concept of a bio-refinery is still young [5] however if considered in an integrated form then the produced bio-oil can be used as a feed stock in the already well developed infrastructures of crude oil refining to get a range of valuable products [14-16].
The key ingredient of Bio-Oil is purcellin oil, a synthetic version of the oil found in the preening glands of ducks.
There is still significant work that needs to be done in order to better understand the bio-oil products and their potential use in different applications.
3 tonnes of bio-oil similar to naptha: this can be fed directly into Canadian Natural's existing upgraders or used to transport bitumen.
To apply for the Bio-Oil grant, midwives are invited to submit a 500-word (or less) paper on how they would use the grant.
The processing of the bio-oil may also vary with different suppliers so it's important to source an oil that is compliant with relevant standards - such as the BS EN 14213 for FAME heating oils.
Its main objective is to build sustainable, non-food renewable bio-oil supply chain for providing Combined Heat & Power (CHP) electric generators and, in the future, the chemical feedstock needed to replace fossil fuels.