Fast Scanning Calorimetry of Organic Materials from Low Molecular Mass Materials to Polymers

@article{Schick2021FastSC,
  title={Fast Scanning Calorimetry of Organic Materials from Low Molecular Mass Materials to Polymers},
  author={Christoph Schick and Timur A. Mukhametzyanov and Boris N. Solomonov},
  journal={Reviews and Advances in Chemistry},
  year={2021},
  volume={11},
  pages={1-72}
}
Abstract The past three decades have witnessed the rapid development of fast scanning calorimetry (FSC), a novel calorimetric technique that employs micromachined sensors. The key advances of this technique are the ultrahigh scanning rate, which can be as high as 10 6 K s –1 , and the ultrahigh sensitivity, with a heat capacity resolution typically better than 1 nJ K –1 . Nanocalorimetry has attracted much attention in materials science, where it is applied to perform quantitative analysis of… 

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