Experimental Chemical Thermodynamics, Volume 1: Combustion Calorimetry covers the advances in calorimetric study of combustion, with particular emphasis on the accuracy of the method.
This book is composed of 18 chapters, and begins with a presentation of the units and physical constants with the basic units of measurements. The succeeding chapters deal with basic principles of combustion calorimetry, emphasizing the underlying basic principles of measurement. These topics are followed by discussions on calibration of combustion calorimeters, test and auxiliary substances in combustion calorimetry, strategies in the calculation of standard-state energies of combustion from the experimentally determined quantities, and assignment of uncertainties. The final chapter considers the history of combustion calorimetry.
This book will prove useful to combustion chemists and engineers, as well as researchers in the allied fields.
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|Size: ||48.2 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781483280899 (DRM-PDF)|
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