Pyrolysis In the slow heat-up of conventional wood pyrolysis (“slow pyrolysis”, typically to 800–900 °C), the most important product is solid charcoal, but volatile products (i.e., gases and tar) are also formed.1-7 In addition to slow pyrolysis with very long residence time, there is “fast pyrolysis”, which produces a high yield of various volatile products
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