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Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: modified wood, thermal destruction, boron-nitrogen compounds, mass loss, the rate of oxidation of coke, the activation energy of thermal decomposition, carbonization, модифицированная древесина, термодеструкция, атмосфера азота, боразотные соединения, потеря массы, скорость окисления кокса, энергия активации процесса терморазложения, карбонизация

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Studied the thermal destruction of pine wood in a nitrogen atmosphere. As modifiers used in aqueous solutions boron- nitrogen compounds. Found that the modification of pine boron- nitrogen compounds leads to partial cross-linking (enlargement) of the fragments of carbohydrates and lignin, which will reduce the output of low-molecular compounds forming fraction of combustible volatile thermal decomposition products in a nitrogen atmosphere. Moreover, as a consequence, decreases the value of the mass loss of modified pine wood samples compared to non-modified samples. Changes in the chemical composition of the surface of the wood as a result of the modifications amine borates facilitates the process of carbonization.
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    • Received September 5, 2012
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