Test and calibration processes for microcalorimeters, with special reference to heat conduction instruments used with aqueous systems.

@article{Briggner1991TestAC,
  title={Test and calibration processes for microcalorimeters, with special reference to heat conduction instruments used with aqueous systems.},
  author={L E Briggner and Ingemar Wads{\"o}},
  journal={Journal of biochemical and biophysical methods},
  year={1991},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={101-18}
}
Calorimeters are normally calibrated by use of electrical heaters, but the calibration values derived may not always be representative for the chemical or biological process investigated. It is therefore important to have available chemical test processes by which the electrical calibration values can be controlled. In some cases, electrical calibration should be replaced by chemical calibrations. With particular reference to needs in work with thermophile heat conduction microcalorimeters, a… CONTINUE READING

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