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Microwave assisted pyrolysis of high density polyethylene (HDPE) using a reactor bed of catalytic activated carbon produces a condensed liquid product with a carbon chain length profile matching petrol and diesel. Greater cracking was observed across all operating temperatures, and a lighter liquid product with a narrower range of chain lengths was produced compared to the use of a bed of traditional coke.
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