Trossarelli, "Study of the mechanism of intumescence
in fire retardant polymers: part V-mechanism of formation of gaseous products in the thermal degradation of ammonium polyphosphate," Polymer Degradation and Stability, vol.
Between 300 and 500[degrees]C, MEL decomposed and the development of intumescence
occurred at the same time.
The measurements were done in the ventral horn of lumbar intumescence
(caudal to the injury site), where the lumbar CPG is located and the spinal cord showed a preserved morphology.
, bum rate control, anticorrosion, quaternization sites, disassociation rate/electron transfer control, etc.
These results showed that the intumescence
and fire protection of the coating without BN attenuated fast under aging conditions, which implied that the anti-aging property of the coating without BN was very weak.
Amoureux, "Synergistic effect of zeolite in an intumescence
process: study of the carbonaceous structures using solid-state NMR," Journal of the Chemical Society: Faraday Transactions, vol.
These are called the cervical and lumbar intumescence
These reviews have suggested that clinicians and surgeons should include the presence of this muscle in the differential diagnosis for softtissue intumescence
on the posteromedial face of the ankle region (Ger & Sedlin, 1976; del Sol et al., 1989; Travis & Pitcher, 1995; John & Borrelli; Dos Remedios & Joly; Kendi et al.).
Based on proprietary phosphorus compounds, the masterbatches achieve their flame-retardant property through intumescence
. When exposed to fire, the flame-retarded thermoplastic material foams and crosslinks, forming a stable char at the surface, Clariant explains.
Now EG is a new kind of physical intumescence
flame retardant, and it is not only of high efficiency but also friendly to environment.
Fream, Eliokem and a French lab that specializes in fire protection materials, have been investigating the resin's role in the mechanism of intumescence