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Producing pyrolytic oil via pyrolysis reaction from waste papers containing melamine formaldehyde and urea formaldehyde, which have an economic and environmental value, is the base of this study. In this study gas, liquid and solid products were gained via pyrolysis, and liquid products are put into perspective from the point of energy. In this pilot study, positive results were obtained for comprehensive further experiments, and it’s seen that the results may have meaningful value on sectoral basis with regards to reducing environmental damages of the wastes and energy producing.
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