Applied Pyrolysis Handbook by Thomas P. Wampler
By Thomas P. Wampler
A pragmatic advisor to exploit of pyrolysis innovations within the analytical laboratory for forensic proof, paints, fibers, paper, ink, photocopies, artwork and museum items, and different fabrics. one of the issues are instrumentation and research, step by step systems, and environmental functions. Compares the analytic effects with past findings on such fabrics as polyolefins, condensation polymers, cultural fabrics, and polar macromolecules.
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Insoluble materials may be melted in place to secure them before pyrolysis. Since the filament may be a flat ribbon or contain a grooved surface, placement of some solid materials may be simpler than when using a Curie-point wire. Since the sample must be placed onto the filament before it is inserted into a heated chamber with carrier flow, placement of fibers and fine powders presents a problem. If these materials may not be melted onto the filament, they may fall off or blow off in the carrier gas stream before pyrolysis.
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