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Research And Development On Advanced Graphite Materials. Supplement to Volume X - Thermal Reactivity Of Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Report Number: WADD TR 61-72 Volume X Supplement
Author(s): T. Edstrom And I. C. Lewis
Corporate Author: The Research Laboratory, National Carbon Company
Laboratory: AF Materials Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1964-08
Pages: 62
Contract: AF 33(616)-6915
Project: 7350
Task: 735002
AD Number: AD0606973

Abstract:
A survey of the thermal reactivity of 84 aromatic hydrocarbons was given in WADD 61-72, Volume X (AD0288075). This supplement presents the extension of this study to 26 new aromatic hydrocarbons, 25 heterocyclic compounds, 76 substituted aromatics, and 14 binary mixtures of aromatic compounds. Differential thermal analysis was employed to delineate the thermal behavior during pyrolysis to 750°C in an argon atmosphere. Emphasis has been placed on the role of heteroatoms and the effects of ring substituents on the thermal reactivity of aromatic hydrocarbon precursors to carbon and graphite.

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