Recent Advances in Titration Calorimetry
Calorimeters applicable for the measurement of thermodynamic parameters by the continuous titration technique have existed for about fifteen years. During this time, problems associated with the components of the calorimeter (i.e. constant temperature bath, constant rate buret, reaction vessel, temperature sensing circuit, and data analysis procedure) have gradually been solved so that the continuous titration method now gives results comparable in accuracy to those obtained in conventional solution calorimeters. Inexpensive research quality titration calorimeters have become available commercially in the last few years.
KeywordsReaction Vessel Constant Temperature Bath Peltier Cooler Wafer Control Titrant TUBE1
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