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Research developments in titration calorimetry over the past ten years by personnel at the Thermochemical Institute have resulted in new techniques and instrumentation that have greatly increased the usefulness of calorimetry in the study of chemical problems. During this time, problems associated with the components of the calorimeter (i.e., constant temperature bath, constant rate buret, reaction vessel, temperature sensing circuit, and data analysis procedure) have been solved so that the continuous titration method now gives results comparable in accuracy to those obtained with conventional solution calorimeters. These developments have opened new avenues of research in the fields of biochemistry, microbiology, and environmental analysis.

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