Effect of ammonium orthophosphate on thermochemical transformations of hydroxyl-containing polymers
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Ammonium orthophosphate is an active pyrolytic additive for PVA fibre which can increase the yield of CF to 72% of the theoretical carbon content in the polymer. The conditions that ensure obtaining inactivated CFM with 60–85% sorption capacity, at the same level as BAU-grade industrially manufactured activated carbons were found.
KeywordsCarbon Fibre Differential Thermal Analysis Thermal Oxidation Carbon Fibre Material Thermochemical Transformation
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