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Study on Thermal Stability and Thermal Safety of Di-tert-Butyl Peroxide

Issuing time:2021-01-07 14:12

The thermal decomposition of di-tert-butyl peroxide (DTBP) in air was used to carry out experimental research on different heating rates by using the C600 microcalorimeter. The results showed that as the heating rate increased, the initial exothermic temperature of DTBP and the maximum The exothermic temperature rises accordingly; the activation energy of DTBP thermal decomposition ranges from 102 to 138 kJ/mol; when TMRad is 1, 8, 24, 50, and 100 h, the corresponding starting temperatures are 107.23, 83.13, 74.82, 68.14, 62.06, respectively. ℃; The larger the inner diameter of DTBP storage tank, the lower the corresponding self-accelerating decomposition temperature.

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