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Impact of gas-phase chemistry on the composition of biomass pyrolysis products

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Kozlov A.N., Svichev D.A., Donskoi I.G., Shamansky V.A.
Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. Vol.122. No.3. P.1089-1098.
2015
In the present paper, significance of gas-phase chemical reactions occurring in thermal analysis furnace is evaluated. Free radical species form as a result of biomass thermal decomposition and may give rise to chain reactions. Gas portion emitted by the sample analyzed flows to detector (mass spectrometer in our study) in finite time interval, so chemical reactions may change its composition. Quantitative assessment of this change was made based on data about amount of active species that may initiate kinetic chains. Radical trap method was used to determine radical species amount. Toluene vapors was fed to carrier gas and flowed in thermal analysis furnace reacting with radical species produced from biomass thermal decomposition. Stable radical species—benzyl—is reaction product that can be detected by mass spectrometer. Results show that radical species concentration in gas produced from biomass gasification (639 ppm for pyrolysis stage and 3581 ppm for char gasification stage) is too small to change gas-phase composition significantly in time interval for which gas has been achieving detector. Comprehensive kinetic model for toluene oxidation in oxidizer lack conditions is developed based on widely known mechanisms. Radical species amount estimates may be useful as initial information in heterogeneous combustion modeling.

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Kozlov A.N., Svichev D.A., Donskoi I.G., Shamansky V.A. Impact of gas-phase chemistry on the composition of biomass pyrolysis products // Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. Vol.122. No.3. 2015. P.1089-1098. DOI: 10.1007/s10973-015-4951-z http://apps.webofknowledge.com/full_record.do?product=UA&search_mode=GeneralSearch&qid=8&SID=U2wnd1B2YVcsIZLMA5p&page=1&doc=1

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