However, in spite of lower results than what can be obtained in solvolysis
, pyrolysis is a cost-efficient technology well suited to the relatively undeveloped composites recycling market.
Liquefaction of wood in two successive steps: Solvolysis
in ethylene-glycol and catalytic hydrotreatment.
Quantification of these atypical bile acids has previously relied on GC-MS analysis after solvolysis
and enzymic hydrolysis of the conjugate groups and conversion of the resulting unconjugated 3[beta]-hydroxy-[[DELTA].sup.5]-bile acids to their volatile methyl ester-trimethylsilyl ether derivatives (7, 8, 11).
Mason and co-workers followed conductometrically the kinetics of 2-chloro-2-methylpropane solvolysis
in aqueous ethanol under sonication employing bright Pt electrodes .
The title is changed from "Reinvestigating the kinetics of solvolysis
of n-butyl chloride in ethanol and acetone" to "Reinvestigating the kinetics of solvolysis
of t-butyl chloride in ethanol and acetone"
According to the results, the conductivity of the cements were statistically similar (p > 0.05), suggesting that all samples were affected similarly by Solvolysis
. Moreover, the volume of solvent used in the test was insufficient (7.5 mL).
The electrolytic nature of the complexes indicates the liaisons Mo-Cl is not rigide and the complexes do undergo solvolysis
in DMS0 .
Effect of ultrasound on the solvolysis
of 2-chloro-2methylpropane in aqueous alcoholic solvents.
Most of the chemical decontamination methods use either oxidation or solvolysis
or a combination of these.
Rezzoug SA, Capart R (1996) Solvolysis
and hydrotreatment of wood to provide fuel.
, and transcarbamoylation reactions of bis(S-glutathionyl) adducts of 2,4- and 2,6-diisocyanatotoluene.
by pyrolysis, hydrolysis, solvolysis