This paper is a rebuttal to the paper of Zsakó and Somasekharan. It has been shown that the criticisms of Zsakó and Somasekharan are baseless. The procedure proposed earlier by Agrawal to distinguish between true and false compensation effect is reasonable and gives good results. To establish true c.e., it has been reaffirmed that bothTiso and Inkiso are prerequisite.
|Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry|
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