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N. Marsh, P. A. G. O'Hare
Blackwell Science, 1994 [ISBN 0865428522]
> Book Series
on Experimental Thermodynamics
This is the fourth volume in the series "Experimental
Thermodynamics" - a series summarizing the current state of knowledge
regarding experimental techniques in thermodynamics and thermochemistry,
and edited by the IUPAC Commission on Thermodynamics. This latest volume
is concerned with solution calorimetry and considers the calorimetry
of both reacting and non-reacting systems. The contributions reflect
and summarize the current state of development of techniques for the
measurement of the energy effects involved in reaction and mixing in
solution over a range of temperature and pressure. These techniques
are also considered in the light of their application to current concerns
in chemical research and the chemical industry.
* assembled by an internationally recognized team of contributors
* the state-of-the-art in solution calorimetry
Introduction; Reduction of experimental results
to standard state quantities; Solution calorimetry for the determination
of enthalpies of reaction of inorganic substances at 298.15K; Heat capacity
of organic liquids; Mass-flow isoperibol calorimeters; High temperature
solution calorimetry; Isothermal displacement calorimeters; Excess enthalpy
by flow calorimetry; Mixing calorimetry at cryogenic conditions; Continuous
titration calorimetry; Electrolyte solutions at high temperatures and
pressures; Microcalorimetry of aqueous and biological systems; Calorimetric
determination of pressure effects
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