Thermal decomposition

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Thermal decomposition is a process that causes a chemical compound to break down into simpler chemical compounds or elements under heat.[1]

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  1. Kerry K. Karukstis; Gerald R. Van Hecke, Chemistry Connections: The Chemical Basis of Everyday Phenomena (Boston: Academic Press, 2003), p. 63