Laser Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography Application to Polymers
Fragmentation of substances with subsequent analysis by gas chromatography of the resulting volatile products was first reported by Folmer and Azarrage (1,2) in 1969. This work was a qualitative comparison of fragmentation patterns from laser pyrolysis with those obtained from conventional pyrolysis. It was found that the gas chromatographic patterns from laser pyrolysis were of a simpler nature than those from conventional pyrolysis methods such as tube furnace or filament types.
KeywordsFragmentation Pattern Sample Tube Vinyl Acetate Total Peak Area Phillips Petroleum
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