pyrolyse

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pyrolyse

(ˈpaɪrəʊˌlaɪz) or

pyrolyze

vb
(Chemistry) (tr) to subject to pyrolysis
ˈpyroˌlyser, ˈpyroˌlyzer n

pyrolyse


Past participle: pyrolysed
Gerund: pyrolysing

Imperative
pyrolyse
pyrolyse
Present
I pyrolyse
you pyrolyse
he/she/it pyrolyses
we pyrolyse
you pyrolyse
they pyrolyse
Preterite
I pyrolysed
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we pyrolysed
you pyrolysed
they pyrolysed
Present Continuous
I am pyrolysing
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he/she/it is pyrolysing
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you are pyrolysing
they are pyrolysing
Present Perfect
I have pyrolysed
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they have pyrolysed
Past Continuous
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Past Perfect
I had pyrolysed
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Future
I will pyrolyse
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Future Perfect
I will have pyrolysed
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pyrolysing
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he/she/it has been pyrolysing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pyrolysing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pyrolysing
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he/she/it had been pyrolysing
we had been pyrolysing
you had been pyrolysing
they had been pyrolysing
Conditional
I would pyrolyse
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they would pyrolyse
Past Conditional
I would have pyrolysed
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Van Zwieten L, Kimber SW, Morris SG, Singh BP, Grace PR, Scheer C, Rust J, Downie AE, Cowie AL (2013) Pyrolysing poultry litter reduces [N.
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Based on previous studies, it is stated that the maximum values of BET surface area and iodine adsorption capacity of rice straw achieved by the pyrolysing at 500 [degrees]C which is chosen based on previous studies (Liou and Wu, 2009).
Hence the average temperature of the pyrolysing particle was low resulting in incomplete pyrolysis.
Carbon aerogels are made by pyrolysing organic aerogels.
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The rubber was identified by pyrolysing the reclaim rubber, the monomer obtained was
2], Figure 2 shows that at flashover, the total surface area pyrolysing is 16 [m.
This was caused by improved barrier properties and accompanied by a reduction in PHRR and the separation of the first peak due to the formation of a char layer at the top of the pyrolysing sample.
At a rudimentary workshop, Development Alternatives staff fabricated a simple pyrolysing device and trained local villagers to use it to make charcoal from weeds cleared from the site.
There are competing demands for some potential biochar feedstocks, for example manure-based waste materials, which are used as organic amendments or incorporated in growth media for urban horticulture; greenhouse gas benefits from pyrolysing these wastes must be considered in the comparative analysis with other uses (Van Zwieten et al.