thermobalance


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thermobalance

(ˌθɜːməʊˈbæləns)
n
an analytical balance that measures weight changes when matter is heated
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Tests were performed with a Mettler-Toledo Thermobalance DSC-1 associated with IR (Infra Red) spectrometer.
The TG/DTG curves were obtained in a thermobalance model TGA 50 (Shimadzu) using a temperature range of 25-900 [degrees]C in a platinum sample holder with ~3 mg of sample, under dynamic nitrogen atmosphere (50 [ml.
Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) is carried out with a thermobalance (Mettler TGA/SDTA 851) by recording the weight loss as a function of temperature.
About 10 mg of unimpregnated sample was placed on a thermobalance at a heating rate of 50[degrees]C /min up to 600[degrees]C at a steady nitrogen flow of 50 mL/min.
A thermobalance automatically heated at a set heating rate and recorded the signals of change of combustion curves.
Furthermore for broiler chickens to perform at their best capacity they need to maintain a thermobalance with their internal and external environment.
The system's thermobalance covers a full 35 gram measuring range while its sensitive DSC capability enables one to accurately measure heat flow and characterize energetic behaviors.
Exceeding of collector's outer surface temperature over ambient temperature should be taken for established thermobalance.
Feeding effects on broiler thermobalance during thermoneutral and high ambient temperature exposure.
Thermogravimetric and differential thermal analyses were performed on a Mettler Toledo TG 50 thermobalance.