pyrogenetic


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pyrogenetic

(ˌpaɪrəʊdʒɪˈnɛtɪk)
adj
obsolete heat-producing
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Adj.1.pyrogenetic - produced by or producing fever
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The yield of water (hygroscopic and pyrogenetic) was invariably about 10%.
This ceramic has been widely known for its properties such as excellent biocompatibility, nontoxicity, noninflammatory, and pyrogenetic response [8, 9].
Many studies have indicated that HAp ceramics show no toxicity, inflammatory response, pyrogenetic response.
Oil yields were considerably lower in the autoclave experiments, approximately three times in the case hydrogenation was used, the corresponding yields of coke and gas plus pyrogenetic water were higher (Table 2).
The pyrolysate was subsequently separated into the water extract (including ether soluble (E) and insoluble extracts (W)), water insoluble oil (including benzene (B) and acetone (A) extracts), solid residue (SR), and gas and pyrogenetic water (G + w) found from difference.
Co-liquefaction of kukersite oil shale and pine wood in SC water gave synergistic effect: the yields of solid residue and gas with pyrogenetic water were reduced by 1.7-2.0 and 1.4-2.0 times, while the yield of the most expected component of oil--benzene-soluble part --was 1.5-1.9 times higher than additive yields [27].
Nevertheless, it should be taken into account that liquid and gaseous components (pyrogenetic water, primary gas, gas naphtha) obtained at thermal treatment represent an interest as the raw material for producing a number of valuable products.
The maximum yield of oil was accompanied with the minimum yield of gas and pyrogenetic water.
Fischer assay yields (%, OM basis): oil 19.8, gas 16.5 and pyrogenetic water 18.9 [3].