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P-Lipotropin, 22 Palaeotaxonomy, 98,100 Pastes, 31 Peat, 92

- sphagnum, 93, F.15 Penicillin, 84,116,G.6,G.7 Pentoses, 17,75,A.11,A.24 Pepsin, 3

Peptides, 110.B.1-B.3 Peptidoglycan, A.25,A.25a Pesticide residues, 89 Phenol, 21,22,27,35,91,93,95,96 Phenyl, 25

Phenylacetonitrile, 21

Phenylalanine, 21,22,80

Phenylbutanoic acid, 7,10

Phosphatidylcholine, 25

Phospholipids, 10,25,26,71, D12, D12a

Photodiode array, 6

Photographic plates, 6,8,13,43

Photolysis, 5,6

Pigment dyes, 6,7

Pine needles, 12

Plant development, 87

Plastics, 77,110,H.1-H.8

Polar compounds, 42

Poliomyelitis virus vaccine, 10,70,72

Pollen, 100,E.13

Pollutants (organic), 91

Polybutadiene, H.8

Polybutene, H.2

Polycaprolactam (Nylon 6), H.5 Polydimethylsi 1icone (0V-1), H.7 Polyethylene, H.l

Polyethyleneglycol (Carbowax 20M), H.4 Poly(ethyleneterephthalate), 4 Polygalacturonic acid, 29,31,A.8 Polyisoprene, 15,24,25,E.7,H.8 Polyphosphates, 19 Polysaccharides, 10,15,16,47,88,A.1-A. 25a

- non-linear map, 85 Polystyrene, 15,16,48,H.3 Polyterpene, 24,E.7 Polytetrafluoroethylene, 15 Polyvinyl chloride, H.6 Porphyrins, 68 Pre-processing (data), 56 Pressure/time profiles, 37,40 Principal component analysis, 55,75 Process monitoring, 9

Proline, 68,80

Propylamine, 14

Prosthetic implant devices, 4

Proteus, 78

Pseudomonae, 78

Pulse counting, 45

Pyran-type fragments, 16

Pyrrole, 21,27,68,89

Pyrrolidine, 21

Pyrogram variability, 51

Pyroprobe, 7

Pyrolysate transfer, 37,38,51 Pyrolysis FD-MS, 8

Pyrolysis qas chromatography (Py-GC), 3,35

Pyrolysis GC/MS, 11,14,26,83 Pyrolysis high resolution MS, 11 Pyrolysis mechanisms, 7,11,13,22

- in biomaterials, 15 Pyrolysis pathways, 10 Pyrolysis reactor, 7

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