Advances in Instrumentation by WIEDEMANNAdvances in Instrumentation by WIEDEMANN

Advances in Instrumentation


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Earlier efforts in the field of thermal analysis were concerned with the demonstration of the applicability of techniques to a broad spectrum of materials and to establish the relationship of such techniques with other more accepted methods. While such efforts will and should continue, the Third International Conference was unique in that the first standards were disclosed for differential thermal analysis. This was the culmination of the international, cooperative effort of the ICTA's Standardization Committee. The standards currently are available from the United State's National Bureau of Standards. Thus, thermal analysis can be considered to have attained its majority. Reali­ zation of full maturity can be expected in the near future. Inclusion of plenary lectures in these volumes represents a significant departure from previous Conferences. This change is the result of the ICTA's recognition of its educational responsibilities. In the Foreword of the Proceedings of the Second International Confer­ ence, Professor L. Berg expressed the hope that thermal methods of analysis would find wider application in science and technology. The citation above, together with the papers presented, indicate the fulfillment of this hope. Xerox Corporation C. B. Murphy Rochester, N.Y., U.S.A. President, ICTA 1968-1971 X Ill PREFACE For the past two decades thermoanalytical methods have reached a stage of considerable importance, which is particularly due to the developments in the area of instrumentation.
Title:Advances in InstrumentationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:631 pages, 22.9 × 15.2 × 1.73 inPublished:November 20, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3034874154

ISBN - 13:9783034874151

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Table of Contents

Section 1: Advances in Instrumentation.- The Automation of Thermal Analysis Instrumentation: Thermogravimetry and Differential Thermal Analysis.- Fast Differential Thermal Analysis.- A New Differential Thermal Analysis System.- Theoretical Consideration of Micro Sample Differential Thermal Analysis.- Low Temperature DTA - A Survey.- Constant Sensitivity Differential Thermal Analysis: Development and Evaluation.- A New System for Sub-Ambient Temperature Differential Thermal Analysis (Range -196 to + 500°C).- A Multichannel Analyzer System in DTA Curves Recording Graphical Versus Digital Data.- Effects of Gas Environment upon the Calorimetric Calibration Constant of DTA Cells.- Zerlegbarer, universeller DTA-Messkopf.- Instrumental Limitations upon the Measurement of Temperature and Rate of Energy Production by Differential Scanning Calorimetry.- The Evaluation of Catalysts by Pressure DSC.- Mesures de chaleur de réaction en analyse enthalpique différentielle.- Quasi Isothermal Thermogravimetry.- Simultaneous TG and X-Ray Analysis/Method and Applications.- Accurate Thermogravimetry at Very High Temperatures.- Operating Experience with a Multi-Specimen 'Carousel' Weighing Device.- Low-Cost Micro-TG at High Rates of Heating.- Application of Micro Balances to the Measurement of Gas Pressure Over Eight Decades.- A Device for Simultaneous Determination of Mass Flow and Reaction Force of a Gas Stream from a Heated Sample.- The Analysis of Thermogravimetric Curves Using an Analogue Simulation Language.- Investigation of Evaporation by Thermogravimetry.- Eine neue DSC-Methode.- Design Considerations in Advanced Systems for Differential Scanning Calorimetry.- Differential Scanning Calorimetry at 150 ATM Pressure.- A New Instrument for Simultaneous DTA-Mass Spectrometric Analysis.- Analyseur thermique pour le dosage simultané du SO2 et du CO2.- Tandem Thermogravimetric Analyzer - Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer System Designed for Toxicological Evaluation of Nonmetallic Materials.- Application of a Scan-Programmer to Control a Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer.- The Calibration and Interpretation of Data from a Constant Volume Mass Spectrometer, Thermal Analysis System.- Determination of Kinetic Parameters from a Single Thermogram.- Neue Methode und Vorrichtung für die reaktionskinetische Interpretation thermogravimetrischer Messergebnisse.- Activation Energy of a Thermolysis: Conditions for a Significant Measurement under Very Low Pressures.- Determination of Activation Energies for Diffusion-Controlled Agglomeration Reactions in Metals by Differential Thermal Analysis.- Reaction Differential Thermal Analysis.- The Optimization of Instrumental Parameters in Thermal Analytical Techniques for Sensitivity, Accuracy and Convenience of Data Presentation.- How Is an Acceptable Nomenclature System Achieved?.- Data Acquisition in Thermal Analysis.- A New Interpretation of DTA Curves at Quantitative Investigations.- Peak Areas and Heats of Transition of DTA Temperature Standards.- Easy Method for the Evaluation of Peak Areas.- Apparatur für die periodische thermische Analyse (PTA).- A Simultaneous ETA-DTA-Equipment.- Thermogastitrimetrische Untersuchung von Bauxiten.- A Versatile Hot Stage Microscope Unit.- Fast Characterization of Catalysts by a New Thermal Method.- The Measurement of Thermal Diffusivity by Three Methods.- On a Sequential Measuring System of Diffusivity vs. Temperature.- Differential Thermocouple Up to 2450°C and Thermographie Investigation of Refractory Silicides.- The Application of Thermogravimetry to Physicochemical Investigations.- A Critique on the Definition of Adsorption.- On the Application of Resonating Quartz Crystals in Thermogravimetry.- Appendices (Committee Reports).- Requirements and Realization of Thermal Analysis Standards. Temperature Standards for DTA.- Further Recommendations for Nomenclature in Thermal Analysis.- Books and Monographs on Thermal Analysis, Report of the Publications Committee.- Author Index.