pyrolysate


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pyrolysate

[pī′räl·ə‚zāt]
(chemistry)
Any product of pyrolysis.
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28] sterane in pyrolysate of D16 (Tables 3, 4) in comparison to initial samples is consistent with OM type.
Reversible parkinsonism following heroin pyrolysate inhalation is associated with tetrahydrobiopterin deficiency.
Antimutagenic action of vegetable factor(s) on the mutagenic principle of tryptophan pyrolysate.
As mentioned above, transmission, pyrolysate and ATR spectra are all present in the library.
The yields of oil + water obtained in the work [4] extracting the pyrolysates produced in autoclaves without solvents are close to the oil yields obtained in water medium and without water published earlier [20].
The size of the graphen structures of the pyrolysate of the original pitch is very slightly smaller compared with the pyrolysates of pitch with additions of BCMA, as can be seen from the [L.
Fluidised bed pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomasses and comparison of bio-oil and micropyrolyser pyrolysate by GC/MS-FID.
Preferential occurrence of normal alkanes when the mineral matrix is clayey [13], formation of i-alkanes in the presence of anhydrous smectite, and the presence of water shifting the composition of generated hydrocarbons toward n-alkane dominated [14] are among the effects of mineral matrix on pyrolysate chemical composition.
The changes of pyrolysate yields and gas contents of retorting gas are illustrated in Figures 6 and 7, respectively.
The pyrolysate was subsequently separated into the water extract (including ether soluble (E) and insoluble extracts (W)), water insoluble oil (including benzene (B) and acetone (A) extracts), solid residue (SR), and gas and pyrogenetic water (G + w) found from difference.
The opinion is supported by the fact that storage of the glass tubes with pyrolysate under different conditions (Fig.
Influence of inherent minerals and pyrolysis temperature on the yield of pyrolysates of some Pakistani coals.