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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: X. X. Han, X. M. Jiang, Z. G. Cui, J. W. Yan, and J. G. Liu

thermogravimetric analyzer provided for the continuous measurement of sample mass as a function of temperature, and the rate of mass loss, namely derivative thermogravimetric (DTG) curve, was thus obtained as well. The Q5000IR thermogravimetric analyzer

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Results observed for compressive strength shows the same trend as previously described in the evolution of heat released, with the advantage that this property allows continuous measurement of the influence of each variable on the hydration of cement with

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ion–molecule reactions. Direct continuous measurements are feasible on a real-time basis for many radical species and stable molecules in a dynamic system. Because of the ability to identify and resolve complex coevolving products, IAMS enables

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pozzolanic activity of fly ash or the latent hydraulic properties of slag [ 20 , 21 , 24 ]. Calorimetry provides continuous measurements and is, therefore, a convenient method to study the early stage of hydration where the heat rate is relatively high

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, B 1982 A new technique for continuous measurement of the heat of fermentation . Eur J Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 16 : 28 10.1007/BF01008239 . 3. Birou , B , Marison , IW von Stockar

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distinct advantages over traditional antimicrobial test methodologies in that calorimetric measurement can make continuously measurements over real-time, thus the metabolic process of microbes under antimicrobial agents is observed in situ. In this article

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Calorimetric measurements Calorimetry is a good method for studies on cement hydration during its first hours of action when chemical and physical processes occur most intensively. This technique bases on continuous measurements of heat released in

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2 max levels. On an individual level more than 50% of the patients had better NIRS results after the rehabilitation period. The NIRS is a lightweight technology that represents a quick, non-invasive and continuous measurement. The use of

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