We measure the frequency dependences of complex heat flows for isothermally crystallized isotactic polypropylene (iPP) by
the quasi-isothermal TMDSC. Regarding the quasi-isothermal melting processes as a kind of the single relaxation process, we
analyze them by the Debye model. The resultant heat capacity of iPP is larger (about 11%) than usual thermodynamic heat capacity.
We also found that the excess of the heat capacity, Cp (excess), has non-monotonous temperature dependence. A simple model introducing some kinetic modes into amorphous producing
after and during temperature modulation can reproduce the temperature dependence of Cp (excess) very well.