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Authors: Nadareishvili M., Kiziria E., Sokhadze V., Tvauri G., Tsakadze S.
Abstract: The article discusses a developed by authors new method of differential calorimetry, the novelty of which consists in the use of pulse heating mode instead of continuous heating, which is usually used in modern differential calorimeters. This method eliminates the main drawback of modern differential calorimetry, allowing combine high heating rates with the providing the measurements in equilibrium conditions, which enable us sharp increase the sensitivity and accuracy of measurements and study those slight changes in thermal heat capacity of bodies that cannot be measured by common differential calomireters.
Keywords: Thermodynamic studies, a new thermodynamic method, improving the accuracy of measurement in thermodynamics.
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