The determined rate constant from the urea measurements proposes a smaller rate of thermolysis
for low temperatures but implies a steeper rise of the reaction rate at high temperatures than the proposed kinetics of Rota et al.
The PDEA director general explained that thermal decomposition, or thermolysis
, is the process by which compounds are broken down into single units through the application of heat, making reconstruction of the substances impossible.
Various technologies focused much effort in this way: solvolysis , pyrolysis , and steam thermolysis
Klabunde, "Synthesis and characterization of a new tiara Pd(II) thiolate complex, [[Pd[([SC.sub.12][H.sub.25]).sub.2]].sub.6], and its solution-phase thermolysis
to prepare nearly monodisperse palladium sulfide nanoparticles," Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Due to the presence of water crystallization in modified starch, the amount of anhydrous products is lower and, as a result, in the third zone of thermolysis
, the amount of anhydrous products is 11% less than that of native starch.
Jolivet, "Synthesis of brookite Ti[O.sub.2] nanoparticles by thermolysis
of Ti[Cl.sub.4] in strongly acidic aqueous media," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
Wang, "Synthesis, thermolysis
, and sensitivities ofHMX/NC energetic nanocomposites," Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol.
The preferred transformation of urea is through thermolysis
to ammonia directly, and through hydrolysis of iso-cyanic acid (HNCO) to ammonia as an intermediary step [2, 3]:
In-Situ Cell thermolysis
/ Rapid-Scan Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy ( RSFT-IR ) Analysis
Surface modified and well dispersed ceria nanocrystals of cubic morphology have been successfully synthesized by a comparatively simple method involving the thermolysis
of respective oleate precursor.
These cyclic peroxides are responsible for chemi- and bioluminescence as their thermolysis
provides a route for a thermally activated ground state reaction to produce singlet excited state products [18-28].
Patent 9,074,140 (July 7, 2015), "Apparatus for Thermolysis
Waste Plastics and Method for Thermolysis
Waste Plastics," Daria Fraczak and Bartlomiej Samardakiewicz (Clariter IP S.A., Grand-Duche Du, Luxembourg).