AS114: Automated Pyrolysis of Polystyrene and Poly (Bisphenol A Carbonate)

Martin Perkins

10th June 2018

Automated Pyrolysis of Polystyrene and Poly (Bisphenol A Carbonate):

Pyrolysis uses high temperatures at 350 °C and above to decompose organic material with a limited supply of oxygen.

Structural information of a number of polymers can be obtained using this technique.



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