Gas phase pyrolysis and oxidation of azoalkanes.
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Gas phase pyrolysis and oxidation of azoalkanes. by Farhad Zare

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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Ph.D. thesis. Typescript.

SeriesTheses
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Pagination147p.
Number of Pages147
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Open LibraryOL13730192M

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Gas phase pyrolysis and oxidation of azoalkanes. Author: Rashid, S. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Bradford Current Institution: University of Bradford Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Full text unavailable from EThOS. Pathways of aromatic fuel oxidation have revealed the importance of phenol chemistry and motivated this study to obtain the very first stable intermediate species profiles for the atmospheric pressure oxidation of phenol near K over a range of equivalence ratios, − Under these conditions, cyclopentadiene was found to be a major reaction intermediate. Other major species.   This book first presents a study of the development of research on the gaseous-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons. The non-chain schemes for the oxidation of hydrocarbons, such as hydroxylation, peroxidation, and aldehyde Book Edition: 1. Pathways of aromatic fuel oxidation have revealed the importance of phenol chemistry and motivated this study to obtain the very first stable intermediate species profiles for the atmospheric pressure oxidation of phenol near K over a range of equivalence ratios, − Under these conditions, cyclopentadiene was found to be a major reaction by:

This book first presents a study of the development of research on the gaseous-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons. The non-chain schemes for the oxidation of hydrocarbons, such as hydroxylation, peroxidation, and aldehyde and dehydrogenation schemes, are then discussed. This study of methane pyrolysis was designed to look at carbon deposition on the internal reactor and wafer surface during CH 4 pyrolysis. The rate of carbon deposition on the internal reactor surfaces could be reduced with: lower methane/oxygen ratios, shorter residence times, and lower by: 3. Volatiles from the rapid pyrolysis of cedar sawdust were subjected in situ to gas-phase thermal cracking in the presence and absence of O2. It was found that O2 influenced the resulting product distribution in completely different manners at and °C. O2 was consumed at °C mainly by the oxidation of tar and light oxygenates, forming CO, CO2, and H2O, unless the ratio of O2/carbon Cited by: The Flash Vacuum Pyrolysis/Field Ionization Mass Spectrometry (FVP/FIMS) technique, which is based on a direct connection between the pyrolysis unit and a double focusing mass spectrometer is described, the applicability being illustrated by recent investigations on the gas phase pyrolyses of acetic acid esters, including the mono- and dithio derivatives, and the cyclic sulfenic acid ester 1,2-oxathiolane.

  Waldemar Adam received his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and retired as a professor at the University of Würzburg in Presently he is emeritus professor at the University of Puerto Rico. His research interests include high-energy molecules, chemi- and bioluminescence, photochemistry, laser chemistry, cyclic peroxides, singlet oxygen, oxygen transfer, azoalkanes. Highlights Lignin pyrolysis proceeds in the gas and solid/liquid phases in heating at °C. The gas- and solid/liquid-phase reactions are explainable with the temperature-dependent reactions, that is, devolatilization (– °C), methoxyl group-related reactions (> °C) and intermediates gasification (>– °C). The O–CH 3 bond homolysis and rearrangement occurring at > Cited by: The published studies in a quickly developing field of research, gas-phase oxidative pyrolysis (oxidative cracking, oxidative dehydrogenation) of light alkanes, are systematized and analyzed. Offers a physical organic chemistry and mechanistic perspective of the chemistry of thermal processes in the gas phase. The book looks at all aspects of the chemical processing technique called gas-phase pyrolysis, including its methodology and reactors, synthesis, reaction mechanisms, structure, kinetics, and Edition: 1.