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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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In fact, at the high temperatures of the processing steps (especially for structural applications), thermolytic decomposition can impair the activity of the ruthenium catalyst.
Exposure of gazelles to supra-neutral conditions is therefore expected to force these animals to reduce their water expenditure and thermogenic mechanisms as well as to recruit their water conservation and thermolytic mechanisms (Al-Johany et al., 1998; Williams et al., 2001; Ostrowski et al., 2003, 2006; Hetem et al., 2012).
Summary of results on the thermolytic decomposition of (iruhbs .md Hoveyda-Grubbs' catalysis extracted from the formulated epoxy matrices Curing cycle Catalyst state Sample temperature (after (time) treatment) EHA-G1 125[degrees]C Not (150) (2 h) + decomposed 150[degrees]C (2 h) EHA-G1 125[degrees]C Decomposed (180) (2 h) + 180[degrees]C (2 h) EHA-G2 125[degrees]C Not (150) (2 h) + decomposed 150[degrees]C (2 h) EHA-G2 125[degrees]C Decomposed (180) (2 h) + 180[degrees]C (2 h) EHA-HG1 125[degrees]C Not (150) (2 h) + decomposed 150[degrees]C (2 h) EHA HG1 125[degrees]C Not (180) (2 h) + decomposed 180[degrees]C (2 h) Many important aspects emerge from the data reported in the table:
Thermolytic, photolytic, radiolytic, laser irradiation, microwave heating, or sonochemical procedures, as well as the decomposition of appropriate metastable precursor molecules, complete the wide spectrum of synthetic pathways to metal nanoparticles.
Wu, "Water-induced thermolytic formation of homogeneous core-shell CuS microspheres and their shape retention on desulfurization," Crystal Growth & Design, vol.
The change of free radical source, solvent, mode of free radical generation (thermolytic or photolytic) and reflux time improved nothing (Table- 2).
Idaho National Laboratory's Switchable Polarity Solvent Forward Osmosis (SPS FO) process leverages the switching qualities of specialized thermolytic salts to purify water from extremely concentrated solutions.