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Title: Micro-effects on continuous-injection heat conduction calorimetry
Authors: Socorro, F. 
Rodríguez De Rivera, M. 
UNESCO Clasification: 2213 Termodinámica
220408 Líquidos
Keywords: Conduction calorimetry
Flow calorimetry
Liquid mixtures
Low concentration
Signal processing
Time-dependent systems
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: 1418-2874
Journal: Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 
Abstract: A localized-constant model involving two capacities reliably describes two injection calorimeters: a mass-variation calorimeter and a constant-volume calorimeter (TAM 2277 by Thermometric). The model distinguishes the place and the types of dissipation, and its parameters depend on the rates and on the heat capacities of the liquids. In the case of the TAM 2277 calorimeter, the dependence between the detected heat of mixing and the injection rate is revealed. The proposed model permits the inclusion of perturbations on the baseline originating from the temperature variation of the thermostat.
ISSN: 1418-2874
DOI: 10.1023/A:1010150220710
Source: Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry [ISSN 1418-2874], v. 52, p. 729-737
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