Influence of Mass and Grain Size on the Basic Geometry of the DTA Curve

  • Živan D. Živković


The paper presents the investigation results on the influence of the sample mass and grain size on the basic geometry of the DTA curve used in qualitative phase analysis. Powder magnesite and calcite were taken for samples.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Živan D. Živković
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  1. 1.Technical Faculty in Bor, Yugoslavia Bogomir Dobovlšek and Andrej Rosina Faculty for Natural Sci.& TechnologyUniversity of BeogradLjubljanaYugoslavia

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