pyrolysable

pyrolysable

(ˈpaɪrəʊˌlaɪzəbəl) or

pyrolyzable

adj
(Chemistry) able to be pyrolysed
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Pyrolysable carbon (PC) corresponds to the carbon present in the HC represented by S1 and S2.
Based on the pyrolysable hydrocarbons, S2 > 20 mg HC/g rock (Table 2), the majority of the samples have an excellent source rock potential, whereas samples D4, D6 and D7 show a good source rock potential (Table 2) [23, 27].
TOC consists mostly of pyrolysable carbon and shows correspondingly high PY values (35.
Besides, the temperature at which the maximum release of hydrocarbons from cracking of kerogen occurs during pyrolysis (Tmax), and total organic carbon (TOC), hydrogen index (HI = 100S2/TOC), pyrolysable carbon (PC) and residual carbon (RC) are determined.