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Chapter 2

Calorimetric Methods for Measuring Heat Capacities of Liquids and Liquid Solutions

Heat capacity is defined as the amount of heat required to cause a given temperature change, i.e.(∂Q/∂T)x and is arguably the most fundamental of thermodynamic properties since it is the most closely related to molecular properties, see reference 1 and Chapters 1, 16 and 19 in this book. Heat capaci...

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16 Aug 2010
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2010
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978-0-85404-176-3
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978-1-84755-979-1