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thermal decomposition

The breaking down of a chemical compound by heat into smaller components which do not recombine on cooling.
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Little change occurs in the fresh characteristics of foods when using HPP because it eliminates thermal degradation.
The thermal degradation study of PLA with novel biofillers will provide insight into the determination of decomposition temperature, decomposition reaction pathway and byproducts [13].
Moreover, the mechanical and thermal degradation behaviors of the phenol formaldehyde/carbon nanotubes and phenol formaldehyde/graphene naonosheets composites were discussed.
In addition, derivative thermogravimetry (DTG) curves demonstrate that thermal degradation of unextracted and cold water-extracted wood samples occurs in a single step, while a two-step degradation pattern is seen for hot water- and ethanol/toluene-extracted wood samples.
1] studied the thermal degradation performance of untreated banana fibre by means of TGA.
To expand its scope into new fields of application, PLA's brittleness, early thermal degradation, slow rate of crystallization, and weak thermomechanical properties must be overcome.
Because thermal degradation of ellagitannins varies according to toasting time and temperature, (9,21) it is necessary to adapt toasting parameters to different tannin potentials.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles because sealing rings used for the top of the fuel tank have demonstrated insufficient heat resistance, causing thermal degradation due to heat exposure from the exhaust system.
Using Munchy's Dual-Diameter Screw Technology, the scrap plastic material is not subjected to any unnecessary thermal degradation normally associated with a size reduction operation, allowing for air cooling to be performed at higher outputs.
during the thermal degradation corrosive gases are formed, which is necessary to capture and neutralize.
Various methods have so far been used for the production of metal and metal oxide nanomaterials, including radio methods, thermal degradation, chemical degradation and so on.
The choice of temperature cycles is justified by the onset of thermal degradation of the cork which starts at about 225[degrees]C.