Roy S. Lehrle

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Chemistry University of Birmingham (UK) 
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Lehrle RS, Robb JC, Suggate JR. (1982) An improved (“thermocouple-feedback”) pyrolysis-GLC technique and its application to study polyacrylonitrile degradation kinetics European Polymer Journal. 18: 443-461
Lehrle RS, Peakman RE, Robb JC. (1982) Pyrolysis-gas-liquid-chromatography utilised for a kinetic study of the mechanisms of initiation and termination in the thermal degradation of polystyrene European Polymer Journal. 18: 517-529
Lehrle RS, Mason RS, Robb JC. (1975) Dissociative charge transfer reactions of acetylene Part 1. Ar+/C2H2 International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Physics. 17: 51-66
Lehrle RS, Parker JE. (1974) Energy transfer and primary product ion excitation in dissociative charge-transfer and penning ionization reactions International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Physics. 15: 133-144
Bell FA, Lehrle RS, Robb JC. (1971) Polyacrylonitrile degradation kinetics studied by the micropyrolysis—g.l.c. technique Polymer. 12: 579-599
Parker JE, Lehrle RS. (1971) Ion-molecule reactions International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Physics. 7: 421-469
Bagby G, Lehrle RS, Robb JC. (1969) Kinetic measurements by micropyrolysis-GLC: Thermal degradation of polymethylmethacrylate possessing lauryl-mercaptyl end groups Polymer. 10: 683-690
Bagby G, Lehrle RS, Robb JC. (1968) Analytical gel permeation chromatography used for preparative fractionation of polymers for degradation studies Polymer. 9: 284-286
Lehrle RS, Parker JE, Robb JC, et al. (1968) Charge-transfer reactions: absolute cross-sections measured by total charge collection International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Physics. 1: 455-469
Bagby G, Lehrle RS, Robb JC. (1968) Thermal degradation of poly(methyl methacrylate) in the range 300–500°C. Changes in mechanism confirmed by trends in molecular weight with conversion Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics. 119: 122-132
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