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Two compounds of sulphamide type:p-amino-benzene sulphonamide (I) and 3,4-dimethylisoxazol 5-sulphanylamide (II) were studied by combustion calorimetry and by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC).

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The kinetic investigation of thermoanalytical curves for the ethyl acetate and alkaline hydrolysis, requires tedious calculations of several mathematical expressions, to establish the correlation between the thermochemical and kinetic parameters. Using the DSC measured data for the heat flow-temperature dependence of the studied reactions, we have obtained the kinetic bulk parameters and the dependencek=k(T) for the basic and acid hydrolysis of ethyl acetate.

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The thermal effect of mixing of EPDM and IIR was studied by differential scanning calorimetry over the temperature range between 335 and 435 K. O'Neill's method was used for calculating the specific heat capacity with alumina as standard. The greater the butyl rubber content, the lower the heat capacity. The presence of butyl rubber induces a marked thermal instability because of isobutylene units. It is possible that a rearrangement occurs in the molecular sequence, accompanied by secondary reactions involving free radicals. The contribution of each component to the cP of the tested polymeric systems is discussed. Differences between theoretical and experimental specific heat capacities increase as the operation temperature is raised. The relationship between the contributions of the two components to the specific heat capacity values of mixtures can be described by a first order equation, named the law of reciprocal thermal affinity. This aspect can be ascribed to the interaction of various reacting entities, which form certain units with low molar heat capacity.

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