Recent Analytical Applications of Titration Calorimetry
Many chemical systems cannot be satisfactorily studied with common analytical methods based on spectrophotometric and Potentiometric measurements. The difficulties encountered in using these techniques have led to an active interest in developing new analytical methods. One method which has proven to be extremely useful as an analytical tool for the study of many systems is titration calorimetry. A common property of all chemical reactions is enthalpy change and it is the ability to quantitatively measure this property that makes calorimetry useful for the study of many chemical systems. Indeed, the general nature of the measured parameter, temperature or heat change, is the major asset in applying titration calorimetry to a wide range of problems.
KeywordsHuman Serum Albumin Calorimetric Data Heat Change Calorimetric Titration Isothermal Calorimetry
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