Thermal decomposition of transition metal carboxylates View Full Text


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DATE

1996-01

AUTHORS

A. S. Rozenberg, E. I. Aleksandrova

ABSTRACT

Thermal solid-phase decomposition of anhydrous copper(ii) formate has been studied at 120–180 ° The rate of gas evolution during the decomposition depends on the depth of conversion and can be presented as the sum of first-order reaction rates and the rate of the autocatalytic process (a second-order reaction). The evolution of the solid phase during thermolysis has been observed by optical microscopy. The decomposition of copper formate is a complex topochemical process, a combination of homogeneous and heterogeneous transformations and dispersion of large crystals. More... »

PAGES

64-68

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  • 1987-07. Origin of organic gaseous products formed in the thermal decomposition of formates in JOURNAL OF THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY
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