The kinetics and mechanisms of the gas-phase pyrolysis of environmentally significant organochlorine compounds

  • Vinton James Carter

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

Abstract

Aims:

To investigate the mechanisms of the gas-phase pyrolyses of organochlorine compounds of environmental interest, more particularly those that might have a bearing on or be involved in incineration processes, either through inclusion in domestic waste or as components of toxic waste materials.

To develop the technique of pulse stirred-flow to the area of organochlorine pyrolyses as an inexpensive, relatively simple and effective method of mechanistic investigation.
Date of Award1997
LanguageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Northampton
SupervisorMark Pennington (Supervisor), David Symon (Supervisor) & Malcolm Fox (Supervisor)

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The kinetics and mechanisms of the gas-phase pyrolysis of environmentally significant organochlorine compounds
Carter, V. J. (Author). 1997

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis