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Curing Characterisation of Spruce Tannin-based Foams using the Advanced Isoconversional Method

Abstract

The curing kinetics of foam prepared from the tannin of spruce tree bark was investigated using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and the advanced isoconversional method. An analysis of the formulations with differing amounts of components (furfuryl alcohol, glycerol, tannin, and a catalyst) showed that curing was delayed with increasing proportions of glycerol or tannins. An optimum amount of the catalyst constituent was also found during the study. The curing of the foam system was accelerated with increasing temperatures. Finally, the advanced isoconversional method, based on the model-free kinetic algorithm developed by Vyazovkin, appeared to be an appropriate model for the characterisation of the curing kinetics of tannin-based foams.
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hal-01597082 , version 1 (28-09-2017)

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Matjaz Cop, Marie-Pierre Laborie, Antonio Pizzi, Mialn Sernek. Curing Characterisation of Spruce Tannin-based Foams using the Advanced Isoconversional Method. Bioresources, 2014, 9 (3), pp.4643-4655. ⟨hal-01597082⟩
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