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a measuring instrument that determines quantities of heat

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Differential scanning calorimetric (DSC) analysis was carried using the TA Instruments DSC 2920 Modulated DSC (AGB Scientific Ltd.
A minimum of three calorimetric measurements were made for each plant sample.
Before and after each measurement, the baseline (the calorimetric signal without animals) was determined.
The heat content of vegetable oils calculated has been shown to correlate well with the value determined by calorimetric method and indicate that the energy density of vegetable oils is comparable with that of fossil diesel.
Using a calorimetric bomb method, it is possible to determine the amount of heat released by the completely burnt material.
Abstract Relaxation of surface defects shows that the surface of a crosslinked epoxy system, under normal laboratory conditions, apparently has a softening transition temperature that is approximately 20[degrees]C lower than calorimetric measures of [T.
A calorimetric method for determination of glutamic oxaloacetic and glutamic pyruvic transaminase activities.
Calorimetric and Thermomechanical Properties of Titanium-Based Orthodontic Wires: DSC-DMA Relationship to Predict the Elastic Modulus.
The first test of the second phase was carried out at the lowest power amplitude (20%) applying 24 kHz frequency and 40 W (as stated by the manufacturer not calorimetric values) and in a 0.
Since the measurements on CIHT are electrical versus calorimetric, there can be no dispute over the power and the energy balance.
From an analytical view point, several methods have been reported for the determination of fluoride in aqueous solutions such as calorimetric, conductometric, complexometric and potentiometric methods [9,10].
It has recently been demonstrated that calorimetric methods can be used for fundamental studies of bacterial growth (Kwon et al.
26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Calorimetric Electron Telescope (CALET) has successfully begun collecting data aboard the International Space Station (ISS).