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Biochar Modification, Thermal Stability and Toxicity of Products Modification

., Manish, K., Sangamitra, M., Sing. 2015. Banana Peduncle Biochar: Characteristics and Adsorption of Hexavalent Chromium from Aqueous Solution. Int. Res. J. Pure Appl. Chem., 7(1). doi:10.9734/IRJPAC/2015/16163. Klouda, K., Friedrichova, R., Lach, K., Zemanova, E. 2014a. Thermal Stability of Graphene Oxide and its Derivatives Selected, In Šenovský, M. (Ed.): Fire Protection 2014. SPBI, Ostrava. (in Czech) Klouda, K., Zemanova E., Brabencova, E., Bradka, S., Dvorsky, R. 2014b. Joint Oxidation of Fullerene C 60 and Graphite. Int. J. Emerg. Technol. Adv. Eng., 4

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Innovative Test Rig for Jet Fuels Thermal Stability Testing / Innowacyjne Stanowisko Badawcze Do Określania Stabilności Termicznej Paliw Lotniczych

References [1] S.D. Anderson, T. Edwards, W.E. Harrison "U.S. Air Force Improved JP-8 Development Program - An Overview", 2nd International Symposium on Aviation Turbine Fuel Specifications, 11-13 May 1993 [2] G. Datschefski, “Critical review of the JFTOT”, Aviation fuel: thermal stability requirements, ASTM STP 1138, P. W. Kirklin, P. David, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1992 [3] R. E. Morris, J. M. Hughes, J. E. Colbert, “The Impact of Copper on the Liquid-Phase Oxidation

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Application of FTIR spectroscopy to study the thermal stability of magnesium aspartate-arginine

FTIR spectroscopy has been applied to study the thermal stability of magnesium aspartatearginine. An attempt has been made, using theoretically predicted IR spectra, to relate the changes in the experimental spectra with the decomposition process of the studied magnesium complex.

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Preparation of Material Based on Biochar - MnOx, Its Morphology, Thermal Stability and Phytotoxicity

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By reducing potassium permanganate using various methods (microwave radiation, HCl, ethanol, ascorbic acid) in a biochar environment, we have prepared composites of manganese oxides and biochar as an electrode material for elements or supercapacitors. Once identified, the prepared products were tested for thermal stability and phytotoxicity as a safety parameter in case they get in contact with the natural environment. The publication had also discussed progression of thermal decomposition of the composite. The process was exo-thermal with mutual oxidation-reduction reaction between the manganese oxides and biochar carbon. In the article there are also described the adsorption capabilities of prepared products. The manganese oxide content had also influenced the phytotoxicity test results. The biochar itself had stimulating effects on all tested seeds, while composites had shown both stimulating and inhibiting effects, depending on the kind of tested seeds.

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Al-Pillared-Montmorillonite (AlPMt)/Poly(Methyl Methacrylate)(PMMA) Nanocomposites: The Effects of Solvent Types and Synthesis Methods

REFERENCES 1. Olad A., Polymer/Clay Nanocomposites. Advances in Diverse Industrial Applications of Nanocomposites. 2011, 114. 2. Ge Z., Li D., Pinnavaia T.J., Preparation of alumina-pillared montmorillonites with high thermal stability, regular microporosity and Lewis/Brönsted acidity. Microporous Mater. 1994, 3, 165. 3. Tsai T.Y., Lin M. J., Chang C. W., Li C.C., Morphology and properties of poly(methyl methacrylate)/clay nanocomposites by in-situ solution polymerization. J. Phys. Chem. Solids. 2010, 71, 590. 4. Valandro S.R., Lombardo P

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Hydroperoxides Formation in Jet Fuels Coming from Different Production Processes in Simulated Fuel System of Modern Aircraft

5. References [1] ASTM D3241 Standard Test Method for Thermal Oxidation Stability of Aviation Turbine Fuels, www.astm.org [2] Anderson S.D. Edwards T. Harrison W.E.: U.S. Air Force Improved JP-8 Development Program – An Overview, 2nd International Symposium on Aviation Turbine Fuel Specifications, 11-13 May 1993. [3] Datschefski G.: Critical review of the JFTOT, Aviation fuel: thermal stability requirements, ASTM STP 1138, P. W. Kirklin, P. David, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1992. [4] Sarnecki J: Jet

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Thermal stability of the krypton Hall effect thruster

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The Krypton Large IMpulse Thruster (KLIMT) ESA/PECS project, which has been implemented in the Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion (IPPLM) and now is approaching its final phase, was aimed at incremental development of a ~500 W class Hall effect thruster (HET). Xenon, predominantly used as a propellant in the state-of-the-art HETs, is extremely expensive. Krypton has been considered as a cheaper alternative since more than fifteen years; however, to the best knowledge of the authors, there has not been a HET model especially designed for this noble gas. To address this issue, KLIMT has been geared towards operation primarily with krypton. During the project, three subsequent prototype versions of the thruster were designed, manufactured and tested, aimed at gradual improvement of each next exemplar. In the current paper, the heat loads in new engine have been discussed. It has been shown that thermal equilibrium of the thruster is gained within the safety limits of the materials used. Extensive testing with both gases was performed to compare KLIMT’s thermal behaviour when supplied with krypton and xenon propellants.

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Thermal and kinetic analysis of pure and contaminated ionic liquid: 1-butyl-2.3-dimethylimidazolium chloride (BDMIMCl)

.D., Murugesan, T. & Shafeeq, A. (2008). Thermophysical properties of 1-hexyl-3-methyl imidazolium based ionic liquids with tetrafluoroborate, hexafluorophosphate and bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl) imide anions. J. Chem. Therm. 40, 1433–1438. DOI: 10.1016/j.jct.2008.04.016. 10. Kamavaram, V. & Reddy, R.G. (2008). Thermal stabilities of di-alkylimidazolium chloride ionic liquids. Int. J. Therm. Sci. 47, 773–777. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijthermalsci.2007.06.012. 11. Kosmulski, M., Gustafsson, J. & Rosenholm, J.B. (2004). Thermal stability of low temperature ionic liquids

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Comparison of the thermal stability of magnesium phosphate (newberyite) coating with conventional zinc phosphate (hopeite) coating

. Degradation and crystalline reorganization of hureaulite crystals during the manganese phosphating of a high strength steel, Surface and Coating Technology 2015 , 275, e10-e20. 8. Lin B, Lu J. Self-healing mechanism of composite coatings obtained by phosphating and silicate sol post-sealing, Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 2014 , 24, 2723-2728. 9. Pokorný P, Szelag P, Novák M, Mastný L, Brožek V. Thermal stability of phosphate coatings on steel, Metalurgija 2015 , 54(3), 489–492. 10. Morks MF. Magnesium phosphate treatment for

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Mechanical Behavior and Thermal Stability of EVA Encapsulant Material Used in Photovoltaic Modules

Cells 43 (1996), 101-181. [11] ORESKI, G.-WALLNER, G. M. : Aging Mechanisms of Poly- meric Films for PV Encapsulation, Solar Energy 79 No. 6 (2005), 612-617, DOI: 10.1016/j.solener.2005.02.008. [12] AGROUI, K.-MAALLEMI, A.-BOUMAOUR, M.-COL- LINS, G.-SALAMA, M. : Thermal Stability of Slow and Fast Cure EVA Encapsulant Material for Photovoltaic Module Man- ufacturing Process, Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 90 (2006), 2509-2514. [13] AGROUI, K.-BELGHACHI, A.-COLLINS, G.-FARENC, J. : Quality Control of EVA Encapsulant

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