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Kinetics and modeling of gas formation in the thermal decomposition of powdery cellulose and pine sawdust



Kinetics and modeling of gas formation in the thermal decomposition of powdery cellulose and pine sawdust



Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 34(3): 786-793



Evolution of CO, CO2 and H2 was studied during heating of powdered cellulose and pine sawdust in isothermal experiments at temperatures between 265 and 328 degrees C and dynamic experiments at different heating rates (2-53 degrees C/min).

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DOI: 10.1021/ie00042a010

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