High Temperature Chemical and Thermal Stability of Chlorinated Benzenes

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Title High Temperature Chemical and Thermal Stability of Chlorinated Benzenes
Creator Tsang, Wing
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1987
Spatial Coverage presented at Palm Springs, California
Abstract The mechanisms for the destruction of chlorinated benzenes in the high temperature environment of an incinerator are described. Special attention is paid to the importance of pyrolytic processes. The role of hydrogen atom induced displacement of chlorine from the chlorobenzenes is emphasized. Recent measurements on the rate constants for these processes are described. The usefulness of this type of data is illustrated and we examine possible future applications of similar information for the solution of incineration problems.
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