pyrolysis

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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]

py·rol·y·sis

(pī-rol'i-sis)
Decomposition of a substance by heat.
[pyro- + G. lysis, dissolution]
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Liu et al., "Investigation of the adsorption-reduction mechanisms of hexavalent chromium by ramie biochars of different pyrolytic temperatures," Bioresource Technology, vol.
Fiber bundles perpendicular to the cross section, which were well wrapped with pyrolytic carbon, gradually evolved to exposed needle-like fiber bundles with almost exhausted pyrolytic carbon.
Insight into the detailed compositional characterization of LCBM derived biooil is crucial for the development of efficient conversion processes and better upgrading strategies, for the evaluation of value-added utilization of biooil, for the understanding of the composition of LCBM, and for the probing of the degradation mechanisms in pyrolytic process.
A gas chromatograph is used for the separation and quantification of pyrolytic fragments.
Pyrolytic graphite (PG) electrode (surface area 0.12 cm 2 ) was used as working electrode.
Crooks, "Pyrolytic synthesis of carbon nanotubes from sucrose on a mesoporous silicate," Fullerenes Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures, vol.
Energy company Dynamic Energy Alliance Corporation (OTCQB:DEAC) reported on Tuesday the execution of a definitive agreement to acquire the exclusive worldwide license to use certain high-output pyrolytic augmentation technologies.
Impregnating porous substrates with pyrolytic carbon by chemical vapor infiltration is well known.
Pyrolysis also results in at least two beneficial products: pyrolytic liquid (liquid smoke, vinegar, bio-oil, or tar) and charcoal, both obtained from one operation.
The EFG product mix includes clear, tinted and pyrolytic coated float glass for various applications in the architectural and automotive industries.
However, according to (20), photothermal reactions also occur at a wavelength of 266 nm, which produces the pyrolytic decomposition of the polymer.
The second, third, and fourth coatings are pyrolytic carbon, silicon carbide, and pyrolytic carbon, respectively, all layered to provide radiation, gas, and mass diffusion barriers and to act in concert as a pressure containment vessel.