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Simultaneous thermoanalytical methods are powerful procedures by which a range of diverse and/or complementary analyses can be carried out under exactly the same conditions, saving time and obviating the need for multiple analyses. A number of techniques described in the book were developed by the author, emphasizing his high standing in the field. In addition to simultaneous methods, a comprehensive introduction to thermoanalytical studies under quasi-isothermal and quasi-isobaric conditions is included. Features approximately 3,000 references in a year-by-year breakdown.
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Table of Contents
SIMULTANEOUS THERMOANALYTICAL EXAMINATIONS UNDER CONVENTIONAL CONDITIONS.
Derivative Thermogravimetry (DTG).
Simultaneous DTA, TG and DTG.
Derivative Dilatometry (DTD).
Selectivity of the Measurements.
Thermo-Gas Titrimetry (TGT).
A Continuous and Selective Water Detector.
Evolved Gas Analysis by Means of a Q-MS Coupled with a Derivatograph.
Determination of Ignition Temperature with a Modified Derivatograph.
KINETICS AND MECHANISM OF THERMAL REACTIONS.
Kinetics and Mechanism.
THERMOANALYTICAL STUDIES UNDER QUASI-ISOTHERMAL, QUASI-ISOBARIC CONDITIONS.
Normalization and Standardization of the Experimental Conditions.
Thermogravimetry Under Quasi-Isothermal, Quasi-Isobaric Conditions (Q-TG).
Simultaneous Q-TG and Q-TGT Studies.
Quasi-Isothermal Dilatometry (Q-TD).
Quasi-Isothermal DTA Method (Q-DTA).
Q-TG Method for the Microdistillation of Liquids.
Desorption of the Vapour of a Liquid from a Solid Surface (Q-TG(desorp.)).
Thermomagnetic Measurements (TMM) Using Non-Isothermal and Quasi-Isothermal Heating Technique.
List of Publications.