of the calorimetric continuous titration experiment is presented. The proposed
method is basing on the collection of larger number of experimental data points
than could be obtained from the classical isothermal titration calorimetry
experiment. After the deconvolution procedure resulting in the correction
for the calorimeter time response the pure power effect signal could be obtained.
The collected data enable the detailed analysis of the closely populated 2:1
and 1:1 weak complexes.