Thermolysis of low and high molecular aliphatic carboxylated compounds in composite systems based on nanosized aluminum were studied by the thermal desorption mass spectrometry. The conditions for maximal separation of the thermolysis products and their composition were determined. The kinetic parameters of thermal desorption and thermal degradation of the modifiers were calculated. Differences in the thermal stabilities of the polymer composites based on nanosized aluminum and different modifiers (carboxylated divinyl and divinyl nitrile oligomers) were presented.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: May 23, 2013
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