Determination of complete polyethylene waste combustion mode
Nowadays the investigation of soot formation process into flame does not lose its importance. Moreover in the present time processing and use of household residues is one of the most important problems on the world level. This paper is devoted to the synthesis of superhydrophobic soot by burning polyethylene waste and determine of combustion mode for its complete combustion.In the process of producing soot having a superhydrophobic properties by burning of polyethylene wastes the experiments were performed with a reduction of carcinogenic, pollutants, and with different catalysts. For provide the selectivity and rise effectiveness of the catalyst were conducted the activation process (etching). For establishing a complete information about the structure and chemical composition of the obtained soot was investigated by physico-chemical methods. SEM, IR-spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy.
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