thermolysis


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thermolysis

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The dissipation and dispersion of body heat by radiation or evaporation processes.
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The heat, which is required for the evaporation of water and the thermolysis of urea, is supplied by heat transfer processes from the wall and the exhaust gas to the wall film.
Finally, steam thermolysis is a thermochemical process using superheated steam at environmental pressure for degrading organic materials.
In-situ cell thermolysis/RSFT-IR measurements were conducted using a model NEXUS 870 FT-IR spectrophotometer (Nicolet Instruments Co., USA) and in situ thermolysis cell (Xiamen University, P.
While no experimental results are found for more complex chemi-/bioluminescent systems, different theoretical studies have found pathways for triplet chemiexcitation in the thermolysis of dioxetanone rings in several systems [1, 11, 18, 19, 24, 28, 29].
Thermolysis can convert waste plastics into useful hydrocarbons.
3] that AN thermolysis may extend in several directions through a series of stages and, in general, can be described by the equations
Objective: The targeted breakthrough of the HELENIC-REF project refers to the establishment of a new sustainable methodology for the water thermolysis at temperatures below 300oC and the immediate corresponding production of energy or fuels.
Carbon-covered magnetic nanomaterials and their application for the thermolysis of cancer cells.
In tropical regions, during most of the year, air temperature and other environmental parameters may cause stress on the animals which, using their thermoregulatory mechanisms, seek to adjust themselves by mainly increasing heat dissipation through skin and respiratory thermolysis (SILVA, 2000).
This valuable alternative towards nitrosocarbonyls 1 relies upon the mild oxidation of nitrile oxides [delta] with N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide (path f, NMO) [28] and the clean thermolysis (path g) and photolysis (path h) of 1,2,4-oxadiazole-4-oxides 6, the most reactive dimer of nitrile oxides [delta] [29, 30].
At an elevated temperature, the primary CdS nanoparticles were formed by thermolysis of metal ions GSH, which could assemble around the Ti[O.sub.2] NPs driven by minimization of interfacial energy, and the fresh-formed crystalline CdS nanoparticles were unstable because of their high surface energy.