However, these polyamic acid precursors are vulnerable to hydrolysis or solvolysis
and the imidization ring closing reaction releases water, which can lead to delamination from volume change and may hydrolyze the polyamic acid intermediate [20, 21], Such an approach also limits Pis to being cast as thin sheets with little post-synthetic processability for industrial applications.
Various technologies focused much effort in this way: solvolysis
, pyrolysis , and steam thermolysis .
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Changes in the interunit linkage types during solvolysis
" Composites are very difficult to recycle and the team at the University of Birmingham has developed a process called solvolysis
to illustrate that composites can be recycled and used in manufacturing processes with industry.
Composites are very difficult to recycle but the team at the University of Birmingham has developed a new technique using a process called solvolysis
Professor Leeke and his team developed a technique using a process known as solvolysis
to recycle composite materials, a process that is notoriously difficult.