Proceedings of 1998 International Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials. 1998 Asian International Conference on Dielectr
DOI: 10.1109/iseim.1998.741741 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…The nitrogen flow rate was 20ml/min. Activation energy of thermal degradation was determined using Kissinger's method[248][249][250][251]. The data of thermal-gravimetric analysis was introduced to Kissinger equation[252][253][254][255]: is the temperature at the peak of DTG curve a E is the activation energy A is a pre-exponential factor n is the empirical order of reaction is the fraction degraded Thermal degradation activation energies can be obtained from the relationship between heating rate and temperature at the peak value of DTG curve by plotting ) hereafter denoted as Kissinger plot).…”
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“…The nitrogen flow rate was 20ml/min. Activation energy of thermal degradation was determined using Kissinger's method[248][249][250][251]. The data of thermal-gravimetric analysis was introduced to Kissinger equation[252][253][254][255]: is the temperature at the peak of DTG curve a E is the activation energy A is a pre-exponential factor n is the empirical order of reaction is the fraction degraded Thermal degradation activation energies can be obtained from the relationship between heating rate and temperature at the peak value of DTG curve by plotting ) hereafter denoted as Kissinger plot).…”
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