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The molar heat capacity, C p,m, of a complex of holmium chloride coordinated with L-aspartic acid, Ho(Asp)Cl2·6H2O, was measured from 80 to 397 K with an automated adiabatic calorimeter. The thermodynamic functions H T-H 298.15 and S T-S 298.15 were derived from 80 to 395 K with temperature interval of 5 K. The thermal stability of the complex was investigated by differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) and thermogravimetric (TG) technique, and the mechanism of thermal decomposing of the complex was determined based on the structure and the thermal analysis experiment.

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Excess molar heat capacities of (L-glutamine aqueous solution+D-glutamine aqueous solution) were determined by using a differential scanning calorimeter at temperatures between 293.15 and 303.15 K. Excess molar heat capacities are all negative. Excess molar heat capacities decrease with increasing temperature.

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The temperature dependence of the molar heat capacities of the tellurites CoTeO3, MnTeO3 and MnTe6O13 are determined. By statistical manipulation of the values obtained, the parameters in the equations for the corresponding compounds showing this dependence are determined using the least-squares method. These equations and the standard molar entropies are used to determine the thermodynamic functions for T'=298.15 K.

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The molar heat capacity C p,m of 1,2-cyclohexane dicarboxylic anhydride was measured in the temperature range from T=80 to 390 K with a small sample automated adiabatic calorimeter. The melting point T m, the molar enthalpy Δfus H m and the entropy Δfus S m of fusion for the compound were determined to be 303.80 K, 14.71 kJ mol−1 and 48.43 J K−1 mol−1, respectively. The thermodynamic functions [H T-H 273.15] and [S T-S 273.15] were derived in the temperature range from T=80 to 385 K with temperature interval of 5 K. The thermal stability of the compound was investigated by differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) and thermogravimetry (TG), when the process of the mass-loss was due to the evaporation, instead of its thermal decomposition.

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properties [ 7 , 8 ] such as molar heat capacities C p,m of compound at different temperatures, from which many other thermodynamic properties can be calculated for both theoretical and practical purposes. In the present study, a complex of Erbium

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Experimental data of excess molar enthalpy (H m E) and excess molar heat capacity (C pm E) of binary mixtures containing (1-heptanol or 1-octanol)+(diethylamine or s-butylamine) have been determined as a function of composition at 298.15 K and at 0.1 MPa using a modified 1455 Parr solution calorimeter. The excess molar enthalpy data are negative and show parabolic format over the whole composition range; however, the excess molar heat capacity values, whose curves show a S-shape, are positive in the 0.0 to 0.7 molar fraction range and negative between the molar fraction values 0.7 to 1.0. The applicability of the ERAS-model to correlate the excess molar enthalpy data was tested. The calculated data values are in good agreement with the experimental ones. The experimental behavior of H m E is interpreted in terms of specific interactions between 1-alkanol and amine molecules.

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Yi-Xi Zhou, Li-Xian Sun, Zhong Cao, Jian Zhang, Fen Xu, Li-Fang Song, Zi-Ming Zhao, and Yong-Jin Zou

aromatic carboxylate co-ligands to assemble into varied polymeric frameworks consisting of one-, two- or three-dimensional structures [ 6 ]. Molar heat capacities of MOFs at different temperatures have received considerable attention as basic data

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Li-Fang Song, Chun-Hong Jiang, Cheng-Li Jiao, Jian Zhang, Li-Xian Sun, Fen Xu, Qing-Zhu Jiao, Yong-Heng Xing, Yong Du, Zhong Cao, and Feng-Lei Huang

-dimensional structures. Molar heat capacities of the materials at different temperatures are basic data in chemistry and engineering, from which many other thermodynamic properties such as enthalpy and entropy can be calculated. These parameters are important for

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in the literature. Molar heat capacities of the materials at different temperatures are basic data in chemistry and engineering, from which many other thermodynamic properties such as enthalpy and entropy can be calculated. These parameters are

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Cheng-Li Jiao, Li-Fang Song, Chun-Hong Jiang, Jian Zhang, Xiao-Liang Si, Shu-Jun Qiu, Shuang Wang, Li-Xian Sun, Fen Xu, Fen Li, and Ji-Jun Zhao

substances. Molar heat capacities of the materials at different temperatures have attracted many researchers’ attention as basic data in chemistry and engineering, from which many other thermodynamic properties such as enthalpy and entropy can be calculated

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