The base catalysed hydrolysis of methyl paraben: a test reaction for flow microcalorimeters used for determination of both kinetic and thermodynamic parameters

@inproceedings{ONeill2003TheBC,
  title={The base catalysed hydrolysis of methyl paraben: a test reaction for flow microcalorimeters used for determination of both kinetic and thermodynamic parameters},
  author={Michael A A O'Neill and A. E. Beezer and Chlo{\'e} Labetoulle and Linda Nicolaides and John C. Mitchell and Jocelyn Orchard and Joseph A. Connor and Richard Kemp and Dayo Olomolaiye},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The results of an inter/intra-laboratory study into a test and reference reaction for isothermal microcalorimeters, the imidazole catalysed hydrolysis of triacetin, have been reported in a recent paper [Thermochim. Acta 380 (2001) 13]. The results and conclusions drawn from this study have been extended to a consideration of the need for a similar test and reference reaction for isothermal microcalorimeters operating in flow mode. This paper reports the findings of a preliminary inter… CONTINUE READING