What is the heat of combustion for ACRYLITE® extruded (FF) Acrylic sheet?

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What is the heat of combustion for ACRYLITE® extruded (FF) Acrylic sheet?

ACRYLITE® acrylic sheet is a polymeric material or Poly-Methylmethacrylate (PMMA). The heat of combustion for PMMA is 26.8 KJ/g as measured in a bomb calorimeter.1

1Richard N. Walters, Stacey M. Hackett, and Richard E. Lyon. Heats of Combustion of High Temperature Polymers. Retrieved August 30, 2006, from Federal Aviation Administration website.

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